Plasma TV And It's Silent Features

May 27 08:24 2013 Arslan Jahanzaib Print This Article

Have you ever thought,Guest Posting what if there were no display/television? How television makes our life simpler? How we can get news/information from around the world? Can you imagine the whole picture by hearing sound only? How we can watch plays/movies of our favorite celebrities? But, what would our life be without TV? Could we survive? The answer is simply NO! Now-a-days, Television plays very important role in human's life and it becomes exigency of our lives. We all know; how important television is, for both younger and older generation.

In the market, many types of TV's are available. Three commonly used TV's are.


2. LED (Light Emitting Diode) TV

3. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) TV

Today, in this article we will cover all the main topics based on above three commonly used TC's. Topics are as follows:

What Is Plasma TV

Features of Plasma TV

LCD vs LED vs Plasma TV

Sizes of Plasma TV

3D Plasma TV

Let's see one by one topic in detail.

1. What Is Plasma TV

A plasma display panel (PDP) or plasma TV is a flat type display panel, which creates a picture from a gas (plasma) filled with xenon and neon atoms and millions of electrically charged atoms and electrons, that collide when a electrical current through it. As they collide, their energy level increases and in return xenon and neon release photons of light. Mostly, Plasma TVs offers large viewing areas but they are very thin in size and quite expensive. The picture quality of Plasma TV is excellent and it becoming popular day-by-day.

2. Features of Plasma TV

If anyone buys electric items then he/she must ask about its features or specifications, so that we can compare it with other items. Here, is the list of awful features of Plasma TV.

Plasma panels appear to be slender and that's they take up less space, can be mounted on wall and implausibly stylish having bigger screens.

Plasma TV are HD-ready, means it simply ready to display High Definition Pictures without any tunes or device. That's why they are known as "HDTV"

Mostly, Plasma TVs are bigger in screen sizes, 32-inch, 42-inch and 50-inch.

Modern Plasma TVs are equipped with various ports such as "RF input - Allows to see movies/drama via broadcast signal received by your tuner", "HDMI - This port is used for connecting HD camcorder, Blu-ray player, games console or set-top box", "USB Ports - Used to connect Pen-Drive or external SD card to view photos and video on TV", "Ethernet port - If your TV doesn't possess internet then this port is useful for connecting broadband cable and it can directly stream audio and video content to your Plasma TV".

Plasma TV comes furnished with modern power saving technology, which uses less electricity and in return gives more output on display.

3. LCD vs LED vs Plasma TV

What is the difference between LCD, LED and Plasma TV? If all three are good then what to buy? All of them have these questions roaming in their mind but before buying LED, LCD or Plasma TV, we have to consider some things like Picture Quality, Size, Cost, Energy Cost, etc. Let's differentiate all three of them.

Picture Quality

In terms of Picture Quality, LCD and LED both are same; they are typically brighter than plasma's and produce less glow in a bright room. Whereas, Plasma have individual plasma cells, which automatically turn themselves off on the darker parts of the screen. So, Plasma produces deeper black levels and creates a Home theater type atmosphere.

Viewing Angle

Plasma TV display same image to viewers at any angle. In case of LCD, only front viewers can see the image and for remaining it seems to be black. LED minimizes problem faced by LCD due to its decentralized back-lights and has much wider viewing angle.

Energy Consumption

Plasma TV consumes more power than the LCD TV because every sub-pixel on the screen needs to be lit. On the Contrary, LCD uses less power to light up the back light. But, in case of LED it consumes less power to light up than LCD and Plasma.


The price of Plasma TV is less compared to LCD TV and LED is still far behind in the pricing race, because they are still more expensive.

4. Sizes of Plasma TV

Usually, Plasma TV sizes are varied; with a lot of models in the 40 or 63 inch range depending upon features and specifications. Some dimensions of Plasma TV are as follows.

63 inch Plasma TV - The average dimensions are 60.3 x 36.7 inches and weight 146 lbs (approx) with a 1080p resolution.

54 inch Plasma TV - The dimensions are 4.3 x 51.7 x 32.8 inches and weight of 90.4 lbs (approx) with a 1920 x 1080 resolution.

50 inch Plasma TV - The average dimensions is 4.2 x 48 x 30 inches and weight of 70 lbs (approx) with a 1920 x 1080 resolution.

42 inch Plasma TV - The dimensions are 40.6 x 4.2 x 26.1 inches and weight of 60 lbs (approx).

5. 3D Plasma TV

Apart from 2D Plasma TV, 3D Plasma TV is also available. Plasma TV equipped plasma-based 3D displays to produce 3D visuals and come as active shutter 3D version in 42- to 65-inch sizes. Shutter 3D glasses allow viewers to see same from all orientations and hence, it has wider viewing angles. But, 3D Plasma has Lower resolution than LED versions. Heavy in weight and also consumes more power. The price of 3D Plasma TV is more competitively than some comparable LED models.

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