There are many reasons why an individual should consider the purchase of a new TV. One of those considerations is that effective in the year 2009 all television viewing will be streamed through high definition technology. In addition, the purchase and invitation of HDTV technology provides for greater viewing pleasure for the consumer.
Therefore, once the decision has been made to purchase an HDTV, the consumer will be confronted with a choice. That choice is whether to purchase an LCD HDTV or a plasma screen HDTV.
Subsequently, it is important to know what the differences are between a plasma screen HDTV and an LCD HDTV. In addition, it is important to know the various pros and cons associated with the use of these two types of TV technology.
What Is A LCD TV And Plasma Screen HDTV?
When discussing LCD, it is important to know what LCD stands for. Therefore, LCD stands for liquid crystal display. Additionally, in order for television viewing, these liquid crystals are wedged between two plates of glass. Subsequently, when an electrical charge is brought to bear the crystals light up creating the image on the LCD screen.
Unlike the LCD technology, the plasma HDTV television utilizes plasma gas cells. Specifically, television viewing on a plasma screen HDTV utilizes these concisely charged plasma gas cells in order for the images on the screen to take shape and appear.
Pros And Cons Of Plasma Screen HDTV And LCD TV
There are various pros and cons associated with each of these two types of HDTVs. For example when it comes to both types of technology each perform well and offer the television viewer excellent pictures.
However, when it comes to pictures displayed on a plasma screen HDTV many individuals claim that viewing at angles is better represented. In addition, many plasma screen HDTV owners assert that the colored pictures portrayed on the screen are more consistent with less variance.
Additionally, some negative reviews of plasma screen HDTV indicate that this type of technology is more expensive that LCD technology. Also, a plasma screen HDTV typically as a shorter life span than a LCD high definition television.
On the other hand there are specific claims associated with the use of a LCD television. Some of those arguments maintain that LCD technology allows for more pixels on the screen which in turn translates into higher resolution. In addition, for the most part, LCD technology uses less power that plasma screen HDTV.