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How to Choose Between a LED and Plasma TV


Everything there is to know about LCD and plasma TV is just a click
away! If you are considering purchasing a flat screen TV, here's all
the advice you'll need.


LCD and Plasma flat panel TVs have evolved
considerably in recent years. Even if the plasma technology retains an
advantage in the rendering of more natural colors, deeper black, and
very large viewing angles, LCD technology, including LED backlighting,
also produces enhanced rich colors and deep blacks.


Rendering Color


Generally,
plasma technology offers richer and more natural colors. However, with
some upscale LCD TVs, the gap is narrowing considerably. This applies to
models that offer extremely qualitative backlight, including those with
LED technology (which use LEDs for backlighting instead of fluorescent
tubes). However, the entry-level LCD displays a less extensive range,
with drifts of color.


Deep blacks and contrast


Historically,
plasma screens have a head start on the LCD on the depth and shades of
black (no backlight to turn off completely pixels), and show a better
contrast ratio. But from a purely visual point, this advantage can not
be verified in the dark. The minutes of black may also show themselves
better on LCD screens in a lighted room. Obviously, this information can
be disproved by the exceptions relating to the quality of the TV.


Gloss, matte and satin


Note
that the bright tiles, also called Glossy, enhance contrast and density
of black in a dark room. But they are more sensitive to light
reflections which can be very bothersome during the day. Matte tiles for
their part restrict these reflections and accentuate the deep blacks
and contrast. The right balance is found in slabs called satin which
combines the advantages of two other types of tiles.


Lifespan and Consumption


In
terms of lifespan, the plasma has made progress since its longevity is
similar to that of LCD screens: approximately 25 years at 4 hours of use
per day. It is however advisable to opt for a plasma if you live in
high altitudes. The LCD is better for the average consumer especially
models with LED backlighting. Count an average of 200 Watts for the
32-inch, 250 watts for the 40-inch and 350 watts for 52 inch.


Use


If
you are fond of home theater, plasma is an excellent choice. It keeps
the price advantage compared to LCD panels for very large (> 46
inches) screens. These are also less affected by the phenomenon as
marking residue image disappears more or less quickly depending on the
model (Logo channel, dashboard video games...). This phenomenon is most
marked in the first hours of use, a bit like running a speaker. You
should be careful in the first six months. However it should also be
noted that this marking phenomenon is reversible and that the recent
television offer through their menu, tools to address this problem.


The
LCD is more suited to everyday and heterogeneous use (TV, DVD, video
games). But more and more technology oriented films tend to deep blacks
and natural colors of plasma. It is a hard choice but hopefully, you'll
make the right choice for your flat panel tv. Samsung LN19C350, Samsung LN26C450, Samsung LN32C550, Samsung PN50C550, Samsung LN32C350, Samsung UN55C8000, Samsung UN46C6800, Samsung LN32C530, Samsung UN55C6800, Samsung UN46C6500







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