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Why Sharp Believe LCD TV's Are The Future

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With the advent of LCD TV's, an argument has raged over which offers the
better picture quality, the older but still impressive plasma screens, or
the newer LCD models. There are pros and cons to both arguments, yet one
manufacturer has made its thoughts clear: by producing their TV's purely
with the LCD technology, Sharp state their case on the future of TV's.

Whereas plasma TV's can offer excellent HD quality resolution, Sharp
believe that only LCD TV's can offer the hig...


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With the advent of LCD TV's, an argument has raged over which offers the
better picture quality, the older but still impressive plasma screens, or
the newer LCD models. There are pros and cons to both arguments, yet one
manufacturer has made its thoughts clear: by producing their TV's purely
with the LCD technology, Sharp state their case on the future of TV's.

Whereas plasma TV's can offer excellent HD quality resolution, Sharp
believe that only LCD TV's can offer the highest picture quality to
immerse yourself in. This is compounded by their astounding 6.2 million
sub pixels on display on their HD LCD TV's (compared to around 2 million
pixels that are the maximum on most plasma TV's).

LCD TV's are far more energy efficient as well, with an average saving of
up to 30% less than a plasma TV. With the amount of use that a Sharp LCD
TV will probably get, so engrossed you'll be by its performance, it won't
only save you money, but you can feel satisfied that you are doing your
bit for the environment as well.

Another reason Sharp have firmly placed their allegiance to the LCD
market is the reliability factor they believe this technology has over
the plasma generation. Whereas the brightness of a plasma screen can
start to fade and lose its definition after anywhere between 30,000 to
60,000 hours of viewing time, LCD's offer a minimum 60,000 hours and
beyond. Which, even though the cost of sets are coming down all the time,
is a relief for those who a TV set purchase is a once in a blue moon
occurrence.

Plasma screens also have a tendency to suffer from 'burn in', which
basically means that should you the same image on screen for a given
length of time, it will leave a superimposed version of itself on the
screen. With LCD TV's, Sharp argue this is not a problem, due to the
technology used in their construction. Considering one of the main
reasons for buying an HD product is to use with the latest video game
systems, which are frequently paused or have more static screens than a
movie, this feature is a godsend.

One of the major advantages that Sharp argues LCD TV's have over plasma,
however, is in the size and weight factor. Since LCD sets use crystal
displays as their method of performance, they weigh considerably less
than a plasma set of equivalent screen size. Therefore, should you wish
to mount it on your wall (which is becoming a highly popular, not to
mention elegant, alternative to free standing sets in a corner of the
room), you can easily carry this out yourself. For more advice on wall
mounting your Sharp TV, go to: http://www.tv-wall-
brackets.co.uk/blog/sharp-wall-brackets. Since plasmas are heavier, you
would need a qualified installer to arrange this for you – hardly the
stress free existence you wish to enjoy with your new piece of
technology.

				
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