LCD vs. Plasma: The Battle is On

plasma vs lcdSome interesting information for you…” Admit it. When shopping for electronics, some of us are more gifted and knowledgeable than others. There can be so many factors in the decision of which television to choose for your home theater system, such as size, type, brand, and so on. And now, the answer to the question we’ve all been waiting for: “Which is better, plasma or LCD?”

Advantages of Plasma

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Color.

A plasma screen displays color more vibrantly. The black is a deep ink color, which creates better color contrast. This is good for those who use multiple film sources because it gives a more cinematic and three-dimensional picture. People and things in the picture look more realistic on a plasma tv. Plasma is a good choice if you can control the amount of ambient light in the room. Pioneer and Pioneer Elite are two brands that are best known for the use of the deepest black screen color”….READ MORE

Source: Advanced Technology Services Blog

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