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Currently 3.57/5 1 2 3 4 5 Rating: 3.6/5 (276 votes) Minimum 1.2 inches Consumes slightly more power than an LCD TV. Modern plasma displays receive high Energy Star (US) ratings. Burn-in is rare on newer plasma TVs with anti-burn-in features, but was somewhat common on old plasma TVs. 32 inches and above Around 20, 000 – 60,000 hours Cheaper than LED-lit TVs Better than LCD TVs. Plasma TVs produce darker blacks and somewhat dimmer whites, but most TVs are not set bright enough to hurt contrast ratios. Heavier compared to LED-lit LCD TV
Rating: 3.9/5 (287 votes) LED edge backlit LCD TVs are thinner than CCFL LCD TVs. Often less than 1 inch. LED-lit LCD TVs consume lesser power around 70% compared to Plasma TVs.
Burn-in: Screen size: Life span: Cost: Contrast Ratio (difference between the deepest black compared to the brightest white): Weight:
Burn-in is very rare All sizes Around 100,000 hours More expensive Worse than plasma TVs. All LCDs produce brighter whites, but brighter blacks as well. Locally-dimmable LED backlit LCD TVs can mitigate this to improve contrast ratios. Lighter compared to plasma TV
Viewing angle: Screen Refresh Rate (number of times per second the screen changes, true externally input image display on TVs is locked at 50-120 frames per second): Brightness and colour: Manufacturers:
The brightness and color on LCD TVs shift noticeably over the Plasma TVs look the same screen and depending on viewing from almost any angle angle 60-240 Hz, but LCD response times create blur and ghosting which limits true refresh rates to 20-100 Hz. Up to 600 hz. Plasma TVs handle rapid movements in video about as well as old CRT TVs.
Brighter Not as bright as LED-lit LCD. All TV manufacturing companies Panasonic, LG, Samsung
High altitudes (above 6500 ft) can affect the performance of plasma TV displays because the gas held inside each pixel is stressed.57/5 1 2 3 4 5 Rating: 3. Screen glare: . and has to work harder to perform.92/5 1 2 3 4 5 Rating: 3.6/5 (276 votes) Thicker Generally more. LED-lit LCD TVs dissipate less heat than even other LCD TVs.9/5 (287 votes) Thinner Less for dynamically backlit LCD TVs. Antireflectively coated (matte finished) LCD TVs have less glare than glossy LCD TVs. about as much for statically backlit ones.LED TV Plasma TV Currently 3. Currently 3. Plasma TVs generally dissipate more heat than LCD TVs Plasma TVs have more glare than LCD TVs in brightly lit environments due to their thick front glass's internal reflections Screen Thickness: Energy Use: Performance in extreme conditions: Low temperatures (below 50°f) can cause contrast to decrease Running Temperature: Dynamically lit LCD TVs dissipate less heat compared to plasma TVs.