Differences LCD TV and Plasma TV Technology Comparison of LCD TV and Plasma TV Plasma TVs use a screen consisting of several cells. In each cell there are two glass panels separated by narrow gaps. When the manufacturing process took place, on such a narrow slit of neon-xenon gas is injected and sealed in the form of plasma. While the LCD TVs, two layers of transparent material attached to one another and created polarized. One layer is coated with a special polymer that touches each of liquid crystal. At Plasma TVs are used, gases are given an electric charge at certain intervals. Which has been electrically charged gas that emits a red phosphor, green, and blue. The colors produced are called pixels or picture elements which form the next image on a television screen. The process to produce different images on the LCD TV with Plasma TV. At the time of LCD TVs in use, the electricity will flow through each liquid crystal enables the crystal pass or block light to produce images. The combustion of phosphorus that occurred at the Plasma TV to produce the image will result in thermal effects on the plasma TV. Meanwhile, the crystal in the LCD TV does not have their own light, so that the LCD TV requires an external light sources. However, this can reduce the effects of heat when the LCD TV is being used. Based on the technology and the workings of these two types of television, LCD TVs have the advantage over plasma TV. The absence of phosphorus makes the LCD TV only requires less power than Plasma TVs. In addition, an external light source in the LCD TV produces a smaller heat effects than Plasma TVs. LCD TVs still have advantages to consider. Increasing the sharpness of images produced by LCD TVs can be other reasons for choosing the most suitable type of television. LCD TV product that is lighter than Plasma TVs in the same size can determine the type of television best among all the products offered.
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