Introduction to Plasma Tv technology
By John Rivers
Whether you are looking for a plasma television for your home theater or living room, or for a business display or tradeshow application, get yourself acknowledge with the technology of Plasma TV.
Digital television is now a reality. Today, in the midst of a digital video revolution, you do not make a mistake to see it the way it was meant to be seen using yesterday's TV sets. Plasma display technology is one way to fully enjoy the dramatically improved image quality of, having higher resolution of colors, esulting in smooth gradations between even very subtle shades, and an overall picture quality that
is extremely lifelike and realistic without scan lines, and are capable of displaying full HDTV and DTV signals as well as XGA, SVGA and VGA signals from a computer are more better
than most other conventional TV sets.
Plasma televisions have a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio, which was originally designed to match the natural field of view of the human eye. Plasma display monitors with its perfectly flat screen, with no curvature whatsoever,eliminates the edge distortion and also assists in allowing
the wide viewing angles that are a trademark of plasma displays. TO further enhance the picture quality and viewability, some of the better plasma TVs incorporate anti-glare coatings and special color filters. Plexiglas layer is use to protect the flat screen glass-encased plasma display element. Plasma displays illuminate all
pixels evenly across the screen which gives plasma displays their "smooth" appearance, and ultimately a more accurate picture.
Plasma display monitors are only a few inches in depth, providing installation options never before possible having depth measuring at around 3.5 inches on 42" displays and 4" for 50" screens. In addition to table stand mounting,
they can be hung on a wall or from a ceiling, allowing you to enjoy big-screen impact from a component that does not dominate floor space due to which they are also ideal for use in a wide variety of business and commercial applications.
Today's plasma screen TVs offer viewing angles approahing sometimes even exceeding—170°, much better than rear-projection TVs and LCD displays. This allows a bright, clear picture for anyone in the room—no matter where they're sitting.Nearly all plasma monitors will accept standard video signals via composite video and s-video inputs, as well as higher-quality
component video terminals. Many of the newer plasma TVs on the market include digital inputs such as HDMI or DVI, VGA or DVI PC input, allowing your plasma television to pull double-duty as a PC monitor.
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