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Friday, November 23, 2012

LED TV vs LCD TV vs Plasma TV,which is worth buying?

The Era of the TV Tube that has tens of years become a favorite family electronic device for presenting impressions Entertainment soon came to an end in some time in the future. New standard digital broadcasts are now entering the phase of the trial in the capital and will catch up with other cities in the near future seems to trigger acceleration of the shift to Digital TV uses devices such as Plasma TV, LCD TV, LED TV and the latest technology.
In addition, many offered advantages are also boosting the popularity of flat-screen TVs from these three types of such technology, among other things: the size of a thin, lightweight, and can be hung on the wall. The large screen size also became an attraction for fans of tanyangan television. Not to miss are the energy saving features offered, which allows savings in electricity consumption.
Buying a Digital television, it seems that for some people is quite difficult, due to the emergence of various new terminology is confusing, where the same technology often gets a label that is different among different manufacturers. One of the most confusing is the difference between a Plasma TV, LCD TV and LED TV. Countless times the use of the term "Plasma TV" directed to a LCD TV, given the Plasma is one of the first technology for flat-screen TVs with large size (> 42 ").
What exactly is the difference between these three types of flat-screen TVs? Where is the third among TV types who deserve to be bought? The following is a description and differences in Plasma, LCD TV and LED TV.

Plasma TV
Plasma Display Panel (PDP) or in Indonesia known as Plasma TV is one of the types of flat-screen TV technology that allows manufacturers to produce large-size flat-screen TVs en masse with an economical price.
The term and concept of its own Plasma TV technology was introduced in 1936 by an expert of physics, electronics, and the inventor of Hungary [1]. In its development, Fujitsu, IBM and Panasonic introduced some kind of television that makes use of a Plasma technology on the results of their research. New in 1997, followed by Fujitsu, Philips and Pioneer, release a flat-screen TV 42-inch size with Plasma technology commercially [2].
The term itself comes from the use of the PDP cell Plasma, which is Fluorescent lighting, as the basis for the television screen. A Plasma TV Plasma cells utilize the millions placed between two glass display panel. Every cell that contains a combination of noble gas and a small amount of mercury to be evaporated and given the flow of electricity so that glowed and form a plasma. The color produced from phosphorus contained in these cells, where in each cell will contain phosphorus 3 types of main color: Red, Green, and Blue, or commonly known as RGB. Difference voltage given on each cell also produces colour combinations there are.
Advantages Of Plasma TV Produce black color that is better than LCD TV High Contrast ratio (1: 2,000,000) More point of view wider Refresh Rate and a fast Response Time, minimize the appearance of image blur The Weakness Of Plasma TV Still images being displayed for a long time may cause burn-in and image shaded The image quality will continuously decreases with the length of use, albeit in a relatively long period of time Heavier than LCD Using a larger electrical power compared to LCD TV The size is generally not available under 42 inches. LCD TV LCD TV's in the market appear more used than Plasma experienced a decline of popularity since the emergence of Plasma TV considering the different advantages offered compared to the early generation of LCD. With a price that is much more expensive to a smaller size, creating a Plasma sales increases.
However, on further development, LCD TV with economical price with a variety of technical progress, to make consumers switch back to LCD TV. Along with the emergence of HDTV and Full HD TV LCD TV product in the lineup, followed with a big-size, prices of LCD TV are also increasingly makes sense in the pockets of consumers. Basically LCD TV works by producing pictures of black and colored by performing a selection of light emitted by a lamp technology CCFLs (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps) behind the scenes. Millions of lights will be turned on and off via the LCD shutter by passing white light with a certain intensity. Every shutter will be coupled with a color filter that will pass the colors Red, Green, and Blue (RGB). Shutter and filters, each of which is a sub-pixel's size is very small, and is visible form the so-called combined with pixels [3]. Advantages Of LCD TV Generate a more realistic colors Anti glare technology (without shadow) Available from size small to large No radiation is emitted Can be used as a computer monitor Electrical resource requirements lower than Plasma The Weakness Of LCD TV The image quality will decrease when viewed on a wide viewing angle For the large size, the price is more expensive when compared to Plasma TV Refresh Rate and Response times are much lower than Plasma, so that sometimes result in blurred images LED TV The last few years, the digital television market is crowded with the presence of such a flat-screen television technology, which by some vendors leading elekronik called LED TVS. The most aggressive Vendor in the menggelontorkan TV with this new technology include: Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, Toshiba, and other leading vendors. LED TV is actually basically is the development of LCD TV'S where this type of use LED Backlight instead of fluorescent lights used on the type of LCD TV before. There are two kinds of forms of outstanding LED TV on the market: RGB LEDS with LED placed on the rear panel of the screen, or EDGE-LED LED where placed around the perimeter of the screen [5]. The Advantages Of LED TVS The contrast level is much higher than LCD TVs, equivalent to or even higher than Plasma TV Allows manufacturers to produce flat-screen television with the size of super thin, with a thickness of approx. 2.5 cm More environmentally friendly Lower electricity consumption of approximately 20-30% compared to a conventional LCD TV A variety of products from well-known vendors LED TV offers digital image processing features, features Digital TV Tuner, and a variety of other features. Weaknesses LED TV The price of the more expensive, at this time for the same size, the price of the cheapest LED TV about 1.5 times that of conventional LCD TV the price of a little more expensive, for the size and features are the same, the cheapest LED TV prices about 20% more expensive than a conventional LCD TV Conclusion In General LED TV offers better picture quality when compared to LCD TVS, especially to contrast the image as well as the perfection of the colour black,, though for most people the difference is not very visible. This is because the quality of LCD TV which is already quite sufficient. When compared with plasma, the quality offered by level or even more, considering the latest LED TV offers a variety of additional features to manipulate the image. The price difference is quite striking with LCD TV, but not most people to buy LED TV LED TV appearance, bearing in mind that thinner and with the latest designs. For some others that put a price on a variety of criteria, it appears that TV purchase LCD TV remains the main choice. The Plasma itself, seems to have been not particularly attract interest, and unpopularity since 2007, given the price differences that are getting thin between LCD TV and Plasma TV. The design also looks out of date, but it is also increasingly interest in the person who will buy Plasma TV. Panasonic as one of the producers for many years staunchly by producing Plasma TV 42-inch size for above, lately has begun to divert its newest TV lineup with the latest LCD TV and LED TV. Finally, it all comes back to prospective buyers. When sufficient budget available, the selection of LED TV seems to be quite appropriate, given the LED TV is already prepared for the digital TV technology that really will replace analog TV in 2018. But if your budget is limited, LCD TV is the most fitting choice, considering the features provided are quite adequate, lighter, and more energy efficient when compared to Plasma TV.

LED TV vs LCD TV vs Plasma TV,which is worth buying? Reviewed by Abom Merz on Friday, November 23, 2012 Rating: 4.5

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