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Plasma Compared To Dlp Television And Lcd

   By: Andreea Dinescu

When you think of comparing plasma to dlp technology you should really compare the main aspect: picture quality.

The contrast by definition is the measurement of black depending of the white amount. The plasma is a step ahead this time. The boast of this in the plasma technology is truly remarkable and it’s possible to heard about ratios like 4000 to 1.But not all the manufactures can accomplish this level of quality and the main ration is only 1000 to 1.The dlp is a relative new technology on the market so it’s not really fair to compare with plasma but some of the big manufacturers came close to the standard ration 1000:1.

The clarity is the measured by the amount of lines and looking at the clean edge around the picture. So again dlp television compared to plasma is very difficult on this topic because both technologies have great reviews regarding the clarity. The plasma achieves this by conversion and processing and the dlp have made this possible using the best clean mirror technology.

The brightness makes the dlp set to take a step ahead the competition. The viewing angle in dlp is very big. The final product has really no component that can burn, perhaps only the easily replaceable lamp. The advantage plasma may have at this chapter is the fact that the brightness doesn’t affect the color richness as it this case with most of the dlp.

Both technologies are incredible and the difference between the two is equal in the final product. Both have a little advantage in some areas and some disadvantages. In the end it’s up to you and of course the price will affect your decision a lot.

For the same visual result the technology in lcd and plasma is very different. Don’t let yourself be deceived with the fact that both are flat and thin because there are lots of differences between lcd and plasma televisions.

The Plasma tv is outclassing the LCD on the size of the display, a better contrast, colour accuracy and saturation and very important a better tracking of motion with almost no lag when it comes to fast moving images. When in comes to price plasma wins by far in this competition so this could be a decisive factor. On the other had the LCD has its own advantages when compared with Plasma.

The brightest , is if comparing , increased to LCD. The main advantage is the big life span of such sets and the fact that the light source can be replaced with ease. An interesting think could be that LCD doesn’t have any problems with high-altitudes and the running temperature is smaller.

At last if you want to get technical then we should talk about the making technology. The Plasma is based on the lightbulb and the display consists of cells. But all in one this has the same disadvantages as the traditional televisions (heat and screen burn).

The LCD making technology is far different. The LCD are made of two layers polarized and glued together so the big advantage could be the less power is consuming and the lack of radiation around it ; all this because there are no phosphors that light up.

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