Plasma TV and Its Benefits
An ordinary television set or TV, also known as the television set, tv, telly, tube, or satellite, is usually a man-made device which combines a tuner/tuner box, screen, and speakers, for the sole purpose of receiving and watching television broadcasting via optical cables or satellite, or by using it as an electronic computer display. This is very common in countries like America and Europe. The tube type is also commonly known as the DVD television set. A VCR television is considered as a medium-sized screen which can be used to watch recorded videos.
A wide-screen television set offers a greater field of view compared to other television sets, due to the fact that its size allows the screen to cover more horizontal and vertical lines than any other TV models. However, a screen filled with moving objects is not allowed by the FCC, because the law prohibits the use of equipment designed for broadcasting visual images, while some models do have this option built in, but this model is considered an experimental one. This type is commonly referred to as a “dumb-screen”. A plasma TV is capable of displaying very high resolution because of the nature of the phosphor gel it uses.
In terms of picture quality, the LCD television is on the top of the list as far as television types are concerned, since LCD TVs use different methods of compression for their images, which results in better and clearer pictures. For example, an LCD TV uses liquid crystals to create the image of the television screen, while a CRT TV uses the principle of electron beams, present in fluorescent tubes. Plasma and LCD televisions use light-filtering filters to give good quality images. The use of LED lamps for an LCD television is also beneficial because of the increased energy efficiency. Lastly, the price of plasma and LCD televisions has significantly decreased since they were introduced in the market.