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Plasma or LCD? What is your opinion based on YOUR OWN experience NOT what you've read?

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Asked by rajesh, 27 May '10 09:13 am
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LCD is better
Answered by anushka desai, 27 May '10 09:17 am

 
  
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I am using LED which is giving me good performance.
Answered by MrinalKant Chatterjee, 27 May '10 09:15 am

 
  
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I have seen that in LCD sooem times or u can say most of the times the images look shorter like dwarfs from some angle and i have not seen plasma so i cant comment
Answered by krish, 27 May '10 10:19 am

 
  
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Plasma technology consists of hundreds of thousands of individual pixel cells, which allow electric pulses (stemming from electrodes) to excite rare natural gases-usually xenon and neon-causing them to glow and produce light. This light illuminates the proper balance of red, green, or blue phosphors contained in each cell to display the proper color sequence from the light. Each pixel cell is essentially an individual microscopic florescent light bulb, receiving instruction from software contained on the rear electrostatic silicon board. Look very closely at a plasma TV and you can actually see the individual pixel cell coloration of red, green, and blue bars. You can also see the black ribs which separate each.

Whether spread across a flat-panel screen or placed in the heart of a projector, all LCD displays come from the same technological background. A matrix of thin-film transistors (TFTs) supplies voltage to liquid-crystal-filled cells sandwiched between two sheets of glass. Whe ...more
Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 27 May '10 09:19 am

 
  
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