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Today's market is filled with different sizes, models and manufactures to fulfill any movie watcher needs in today's world, there are so many choices that most people are confused. There is a wide range of sizes, manufactures, models and screen choices available which would fulfill the movie bug needs these days, that is why we are so confused about what is the best tv to purchase. If you are one of those people that loves to watch DVD's you need to make sure you look at the ratio of a plasma television screen, this is very important to consider.
The war between plasma and LCD continues with many people, it is almost like the war between PC and Apple users. The new LCD televisions are High Definition Television ready and digital television ready which will make these types of TV last much longer down the line as the HDTV signal becomes more widespread in homes. LCD televisions are now available at increasingly lower prices, and the smaller units are available for as low as two hundred dollars with several retailers. Many of the large manufacturers of electronics have created technology such as LCD screens, some of these companies are Sony, Samsung, Phillips, Toshiba and Panasonic, even computer system manufactures are getting into the TV market, Dell has created TVs that compete with other electronic giants.
Watching a show on HDTV explains why so many people are switching to this type of technology, you realize how the older type of TV picture clarity is not what you thought it was. HDTV has brought a new way of watching TV, plasma screens are crisp, sharp images and when the HDTV signals becomes more prevalent more and more channels and households will be able to enjoy it. The large size and high definition capability are just a few of those great features HDTV televisions.
The viewing angle in DLP is big. The plasma screen is a streamlined picture-frame screen that has a 160 degree viewing angle, the screen is evenly illuminated across the screen and it has no curvature. These types of televisions provide a much clearer image which will make your investment of this new type of tv a sound one. Bigger is not always better, and a certain distance must be maintained between the plasma TV and the viewing area for optimal viewing experience.
The plasma display is unsurpassed because of the aspect ratio of 16:9 and the incredible resolution of 1366 x 768. They have great resolution and incredible color definition. Using the display resolution of 1024x768 gives the TV a picture that is sharp and crisp and an almost 3D effect. Plasma TV allows you to experience high resolution HDTV and DTV signals with exceptional color accuracy.
As time goes on and the manufacturing costs diminish the prices will start to drop on plasma TVs and the cheap plasmas will be introduced which will cost in the $800 - $1200 range, and as technology get better the screen size will start to grow and the screen will get larger for less. You want the model with the right size and weight to look and fit right into your space. While quality is important size and color are equally important.
In setting up the environment for your plasma TV, a primary consideration is to determine the screen size to match the floor plan or available space where the plasma will be displayed.
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