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HDTVs Guide : LCD, LED or Plasma Technology is for you

Submitted by on September 30, 2011 – 2:37 pmNo Comment | 7,108 views

LCD LED Plasma TV Buyer Guide
When shopping for an HDTV you’ll want to be sure you know what you’re looking for and this guide should serve a good map as to what the technologies are behind HDTV and doing so will make it easier and less costly when you make your purchase.

First of all, there are several HDTV technologies but here we’ll focus on the main three, LCD, LED, and Plasma. Each affords its own specialty in picture, performance, and satisfaction. Basically the the differences are in size, quality of picture, energy consumption and method of delivering that picture you expect for your money.

LCD or Liquid Crystal Display employs a technology that uses a panel that is illuminated to produce a picture. It can be quite exceptional and is utilized in many of the screens we see in flat panel configuration. Likewise with LED but in this case the LED which is Light Emission Diode. It uses tiny lights to illuminate a panel to give that panel the ability to project images. Plasma HDTV utilizes ionized gasses which illuminates the picture.

LCD vs LED Display Technology

Difference Between LCD and LED-Backlit Display Technology

Each type has its benefits and drawbacks but that depends on what you want, your budget, and general idea of the entertainment you want. Plasma took the forefront but it had a few drawbacks. Size, energy consumption and the phenomena of what’s called burn-in. That’s when a picture or part of a picture gets frozen on the screen. That calls for major maintenance and perhaps a new set if the warranty has run out. The plasma sets are bigger too. Nowadays they can be down to 18 inches and nowhere near as thin as the LCD and LED type monitors. The LCD is fine picture quality, lightweight, low on the energy consumption. However the viewing angle might be off. LED is the most energy efficient and gives one great picture. Most people are picking LED-Lit HDTV over the others because of the lightweight, low energy consumption and picture. Also because the technology keeps improving. However, LCD and Plasma are improving as well. Plasma can’t get too big or it would be misery to handle around the house. LED and LCD keep getting slimmer all the time and size is increasing. Price isn’t as much as Plasma but Plasma can still trade off and hold its own against the others with picture quality which is why some people, a good number of them still choose Plasma.

Plasma TV Technology

Plasma TV Technology

Each technology produces screens that are compatible to other interactive technologies such as the HDTV, gaming consoles and satellite. As new peripheral entertainment systems come out the technologies will adapt. This is why each technology should be watched closely as each may suddenly pop up to reveal something more cool than present allows.

So in summary, remember, Plasma HDTV is a system where ionized gasses are used to create an image. They’re heavy screens but provide a great picture. They’re more to maintenance and cost more. LCD HDTV screens are lightweight, thin, delicate to some degree but put out a great picture for an affordable price and can be large. Same goes with LED HDTV, light, great picture, big screen and both LCD and LED are energy savers.

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