Plasma TVs, like LCD TVs, are a type of flat panel television. However, although on the outside both Plasma and LCD TVs look very similar, on the inside, there are some major differences. For an overview of what you need to know about plasma televisions, as well as some buying suggestions, check out the following guide.
To start off our Guide to Plasma TVs, watch our brief, but informative, video tip on what a plasma TV is.
Plasma flat panel televisions are quickly becoming quite commonplace on store shelves and in consumers' homes. Plasma, along with LCD is a part of this home entertainment revolution. For answers to basic questions about Plasma Televisions, check the following Plasma Television FAQs.
Before you jump at the latest "great AD deal" on a Plasma flat panel television, there are some useful tips to take into consideration.
When shopping for a Plasma Television, just as with most consumer electronics products, consumers are confronted with lots of numbers and tech terms. One specification that is unique to Plasma Television is the Sub-Field Drive rate, which is often times stated as 480Hz, 550Hz, 600Hz, or similar number. What does the term Sub-Field Drive and these numbers actually mean? For some answers, check out my article: What A Plasma TV Sub-Field Drive Is.
Plasma television is a viable, and affordable, alternative to those bulky tube and projection sets as prices are coming down and a variety of screen sizes are available. Check out some of my favorite Plasma televisions and monitors.