Aug 24 2011

Plasma Screen

Published by at 10:12 am under News

Plasma TVs have appeared recently. But this did not prevent these electronic devices to win the hearts of buyers. And not for nothing. The main advantage of plasma screens – a little thick. In this way, they can hang on the walls and any other plane. In our small apartments it helps acquire more space, "air". Image of plasma screens do not flicker, but it means that the eye strain decreases and they are less fatigued.

Sharpness of the image equally across the field. Complements it all, great visibility from any angle and high contrast images. Plasma panels do not have X-ray radiation and because of this there is no negative impact on health. The largest size of the screen diagonal mark in the long-jumped 60 inches, and thickness of panels is becoming smaller. Now the image on plasma screen considered the most vivid and contrast.

In the early 60's a small company in America began production of plasma displays. But then they are very expensive and the cost reflected the only two colors. Career took off plasmas began in New York Stock Exchange. They needed the big screens, so that more people could see the change of stock price. Improved technology, increased quality and increasingly developed an interest in plasma screens. And what is the difference of plasma lcd tv? In lcd monitors, black color looks more like dark gray, but not perfectly black. It comes from the fact that they contain lamp to illuminate the matrix to colors were more vivid. It blurs the blue-black. Plasma TVs have no backlight. Each cell in the matrix of lights. Therefore, black – it's black. And the 'plasma' and the lcd have comparable periods of work, an average of 40-60000 hours. In soon to be released new television sets, which differ from the plasma or lcd models. They are based on so-called technology of color lasers. They will be much smaller, and more importantly, a bit cheaper widescreen models using plasma. I wonder if they can reach such a high popularity as plasma screens? Source: Absolute Audio

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