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Choose Toshiba Plasma TV For High Quality Viewing


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The television is the most loved and the most entertaining invention of the nineteenth century. Almost everyone in the world watches television on a regular basis. The popularity of the product has encouraged people in the technological industry to try and improve its quality in every imaginable sphere. Hence, over the years the television has come a long way from being just a square, big box to a full-fledged source of entertainment. The television manufacturing industry has also grown. In fact it has now become a profit earning organization. There are numerous television manufacturing companies currently doing successful business. One of these companies is the Toshiba Company. Toshiba has begun manufacturing and selling a very advanced type of television called the Toshiba plasma tv. The primary function of the technology of the Toshiba plasma tv is that it enhances the visual experience of the viewer.

You might have previously experienced, minor headaches or burning of the eyes if you were watching tv for a long period of time. This is because your television set did not posses the technological tools to provide you with a uniform view of the television screen. But this is no longer a problem as the Toshiba plasma tv offers a means by which there are no distortions in the picture and/or screen thereby maintaining a uniform level of brightness in color. Thus it has proven to attract a large number of interested customers. The additional advantages of owning a plasma tv is that there is no fear of the images getting blurred in the event of a fast movement scene.

Previously, if you were watching an action packed movie you were likely to be interrupted with blurry images in some scenes. The blur in the image was caused due to a high frequency of movement in the movie reel. The earlier technology of most television sets did not posses the capability to cope with such high speed movement, and hence the blurring occurred. But the technological advancements in the television industry have now enabled the television manufacturing companies to rectify this error.

If you are curious to know how exactly the plasma technology works, then read on. Basically the 0.1mm of space between the two glasses of the television screen generates ultraviolet rays by the means of an electric discharger. This results in the Red, Green, Blue or the RGB phosphors to get activated. The activation of the RGB phosphors allow those particular colors to become obvious and distinct on the screen which in turn brings about a clarity and accuracy in the brightness and color, thereby displaying a high quality image on the screen. The Toshiba plasma tv also works similarly.

So if you are planning on getting rid of your old television set to purchase a newer and better one. Then the Toshiba plasma tv is the best option you could go for.

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LCD Vs Plasma HDTV


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LCD vs plasma HDTV – which is best? If you’re looking for a flat-screen, slim and sexy display, to watch HDTV, you have a choice of two technologies, LCD and gas plasma.

Each has benefits and disadvantages and so each is more appropriate in specific

circumstances.

Historically, the LCD vs plasma HDTV choice has been fairly simple. If you wanted a

flat-screen that was about 40in or bigger, you had to choose plasma, otherwise you

should choose LCD. However, as LCD technology improves, LCD HDTVs are getting

bigger and most of the major manufacturers expect the number of LCDs they

produce to grow steadily over the next few years while the number of plasmas will

decrease. However, if you’re looking for a flatscreen TV today, plasma still has a lot

to offer.

To understand the LCD vs plasma HDTV question, we need to look at the way the

two technologies work.

LCD

LCD HDTVs work by shining a light behind an LCD panel made up of a fixed number

of pixels. Each pixel is either red, blue or green and is switched on or off when a

voltage is applied to it. When voltage is applied to a pixel, it is switched off,

meaning that light can’t shine through it.

The main advantage of LCD vs plasma HDTV is that LCD panels don’t suffer from

what’s called burn-in. This is a feature of plasma TVs where they are used to watch

TV stations with logos permanently displayed on-screen or where they are used for

video gaming with games that have static images such as a cockpit on flight

simulators. The image literally ‘burns-in’ the screen meaning that even when the

image is not present you can still see a faint trace of it on screen. So for video

gamers in particular, LCD is a better choice than plasma.

Plasma

Plasma HDTVs have over a million chambers which house one or a combination of

gasses. When a voltage is applied to one of these chambers the gas ionizes and

emits ultra-violet light. This light strikes red, green or plue phophors coated on the

inside of the chamber and a pixel emits this color light.

Plasma HDTVs tend to have better contrast than LCDs because, even when a pixel

on an LCD panel is switched off it doesn’t block all the light coming through and

therefore the pixel isn’t completely black. Plasma HDTVs also tend to have a wider

viewing angle than LCDs, as on LCD HDTVs the contrast and colour of the image can

change when the screen is viewed from different angles.

LCD vs Plasma HDTV conclusion

Technology is changing rapidly, but for now (July 2004) it’s still true to say that at

sizes of 40in and above, plasma offers a less-expensive and generally better

solution. For screen-sizes less than 40in LCD is better. However, as LCD technology

improves and prices fall, this will change.

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LED TV – the best choice


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There are many advantages, LED TV rather than LCD screens. LED LCD TVs are basically, but they have light-emitting diodes or LEDs as a light bulb instead of a cold cathode fluorescent lamps. There are many people who prefer the other hand, LCD TV to buy this type of high-definition TV instead of the traditional, because LED televisions to create more dynamic images. This is because the LEDs, which can be used individually be turned on and off herselfwhile in use to create deep blacks, high brightness, at the same time. This TV offers a wider range of colors. The result is a framework defined and more realistic, that will help people to be just the movies that they like. Everything on TV is better seen than in the old and traditional televisions, including LCDs. If you look at odd angles, giving much better TV LED LCD TV.

Another advantage of LEDs instead of LCD TVsstylish exterior that has the TV. This high-definition TV is as thick as a thumb, because the plates used are smaller compared to LCD TVs. It 'also easier to make it easier to hang on the walls. Mercury is also used not to have any part of the TV so it is environmentally friendly and easier. Since LEDs are smaller than the fluorescent lamps and LED panels are energy efficient and consume less energy. This can help the consumer iffor the electricity bill.

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