Plasma Screen

“The best technology for over 50″ screens”

Plasma Televisions and Professional monitors are the best for picture quality in the larger sizes of over 50”. You can hang your plasma television on a wall or from the ceiling or even have it motorising out of a hidden location. Allowing you to enjoy home cinema or commercial presentations with greater impact, from a screen that does not dominate floor space. Current Plasma screen models range in diagonal size from <50″, 60″, 70″, 82″, 120″, 150″ (illustrated above).

Plasma Televisions perform better than LCD TV’s or monitors in bright rooms, so feel free to position it in a well-lit room. However, for best viewing, you should avoid placing it so that it faces a large window, or where sunlight will shine directly onto the screen.

LIFE EXPECTANCY of up to 45 Years
The lifespan of the best plasma television panels have been expanded to as much as over 100,000 hours. This equals over 45 years of viewing your plasma television for up to 6 hours a day!

Plasmas can also produce a brighter colour with a vastly larger range of colours, once again due to light leakage on an LCD affecting its colour saturation.
High-end plasma television displays are capable of displaying billions of colours also known as Deep Colour, providing superb colour realism with exceptionally subtle gradations between colours and shades of gray.

Apart from better contrast due to its ability to show deeper blacks, good quality plasma screens typically have better actual viewing angles than LED/LCD. Viewing angles are how far you can sit on either side of a screen before the picture’s quality is affected. You tend to see some brightness and colour shift when you’re on too far of an angle with LED/LCDs, while plasma’s picture remains fairly solid. This is steadily changing, with more and more LED/LCDs entering the market with viewing angles closing in to some lower mid range plasmas.
Plasma pundits will also tell you that some LCD screens have a tendency to blur images, particularly during fast-moving scenes in movies or in sports. While that was true for older generation LCD screens, newer models have improved significantly — so much so that the differences in performance between LCDs and plasmas in this regard is almost negligible. While the pixel response time, measured in milliseconds (ms), can give you some indication of an LCD’s performance with fast-moving scenes, it’s not always reliable.

Plasma television monitors have screens that are perfectly flat, with no curvature whatsoever. This eliminates the edge distortion that can occur in older tube displays.

Plasma television sets mostly have a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio, the relationship between the screen’s width and height. This is the proper aspect ratio for HDTV, and also allows many Blu-ray or DVD-Video movies to be viewed in widescreen format, as originally seen in the theatre.

Plasma TVs have viewing angles of 170° or better, and can thus be viewed from virtually any angle, vertically or horizontally.

A Plasma television set is a TV monitor, capable of displaying high definition TV, regular TV, and home video. Also able to be used as a computer monitor, capable of doing everything a regular computer monitor can do.

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