Know the Difference Between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, LED, and OLED



Know the Difference Between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, LED, and OLED
Know the Difference Between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, LED, and OLED
There are many technologies emerging in display devices like TVs. Every technology excels in particular feature of display and has particular method of display. Different technologies used in TVs are:

LCD TV:

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) televisions are thinner and lighter and provide much sharper and clearer picture than CRTs of similar size. They are ideally used fLCD, LED, Plasma? Which TV Should You Choose?

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So...since there's about a thousand TVs to choose from we're just gonna go over the vital differences between the different technologies.

LCD vs Plasma vs LED

Let's start this off by going over what is the same. Everyone is going to boast about contrast, color reproduction, smoothness, and clarity, but each technology is going to be pretty similar when you're looking at the best of each.

LCD

Pros

LCD gives you a very 3D like experience. The sets with 120Hz or more take away any artifacts (blur from fast moving objects

Cons

LCD TVs with lower than 120Hz really gives you an artifact problem. They'll be cheaper, but may not merit the savings a couple months down the road

Plasma

Pros

Nobody can touch the vividness that Plasma can create.

Big screen for little priceall.. plasma is the only way to go.

Cons

You don't get the same 3D realism that you get with LCD or LED.

Plasmas have a shorter lifespan, though with newer technology they come close

LED

Pros

Incredible 3D realism!

Incredibly thin!

Cons

It's the newest technology so it's a bit pricy

Afterthought

As you can see these TVs (newer models) are fairly similar. The smaller differences may be enough to persuade you one way or the other. Just remember, like in anything else, you get what you pay for. Find that balance between price and quality.

Important Features

Connectivity

Depending on your setup you may need more than one HDMI in. If you plan on ever hooking up a computer to your TV you're going to want to have a VGA in. Some computers and most new notebooks will have HDMI outs, but if not, look for that VGA in.

Full HD 1080p

You can save a decent amount of money if you buy a 720p model HDTV. Your eyes can only resolve so many pixels per inch. So you may not physically be able to notice a difference between 1080p and 720p. If you're TV is big enough you will see a difference. If that difference important, spend the extra money!!! If you don't see the difference save some money.

Speakers

If you don't have a speaker system set up, or you're looking to streamline your entertainment center, good speakers in your TV are a must. That in mind, if you're an audiophile, there most likely will never be a TV with speakers that will satisfy your ears.            or cell phone displays, computer monitors, and to view still images. LCD TVs have a flat screen so there will be no picture distortion and don't have screen "burn in" like curved tube TVs. In general, LCD viewing angle is 175 degrees. The picture can be viewed 87 degrees from each side. LCD TVs are very economical to use and screens less than 35 are fairly inexpensive. LCD TVs are backlit and blocks outside light. So, they are suitable for natural lighting situations. Most LCD TVs have a half lifespan (50% of original brightness) of over 30,000 hours (16 years of viewing at 6 hours per day). LCD sizes generally range from 13 to 65 but some manufacturer will offer up to 100 sizes.

Plasma TV:

A Plasma Display Panel (PDP) is a flat panel display used in large TV displays. They have better and accurate color generation than LCDs, and with far display, wider viewing angles, and do not experience degradation at high angles compared to LCD. Plasma displays are ideal for viewing motion video in large displays.

Plasma screen sizes generally ranges from 32 to 84 but some offer screen sizes up to 100.e technology.

HDTV:

HDTV or High-Definition Television is a digital television broadcasting system offering a higher resolution compared to regular television systems. HDTV is digitally broadcast unlike earlier analog broadcasting, because digital television (DTV) signals require reduced bandwidth because of digital video compression.

HDTV will not have standard TV problems, like low quality sharpness, troubles with brightness or contrast, spots, other visual, or audio imperfections, problems like double images (ghosting), and weak signals. HD television provides clearer pictures with excellent sound quality, a wider viewing screen and up-to-date scanning. HDTV will provide more and superior channels provided by regular satellite or cable television with theater system experience.

LED TV:

LED (Light Emitting Diode) TV is an LCD TV that uses LEDs for back lighting, instead of using the fluorescent lights (as it creates more black spots). They are ideally used for low-energy indicators, as substitutes for traditional light sources in general lighting and automotive lighting.

OLED TVs:

OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) TVs depend on light emitting polymer technology. Its features including,nd it has high-speed refresh rates.

Before purchasing a television, know the difference between each technology and purchase the one, which has your desired features and suits your budget.         Description: Know the Difference Between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, LED, and OLED Rating: 4.0 Reviewer: Muslich Mahfudz ItemReviewed: Know the Difference Between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, LED, and OLED


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2 Respones to "Know the Difference Between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, LED, and OLED"

Bob said...

I’m glad a co-worker of mine at DISH recommended this website to me, if not I don’t think I would have run across this awesome site full of useful information. I think that a new LED TV will be perfect for the living room. I’ve been looking hard to upgrade some of my older tube TV’s with HD sets because I’m getting my new Hopper HD satellite receiver from DISH installed this weekend. The Hopper is a whole home DVR that gives me HD in every room, and once I get mine installed, my family and I will be much happier because of a very cool feature called Primetime Anytime. With Primetime Anytime, I can record my entire nightly lineup of primetime programming in HD, and keep them all stored on the hard drive for eight days at a time. I can’t wait to get my new Hopper and new HDTV sets; it’s been a long time coming!


October 23, 2012 at 10:04 AM
Dylann Andre said...

Nice Article you have. Now I know the difference between those things and specifications. I'll follow more articles you will have soon.


November 15, 2012 at 10:57 PM

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