Archive for January, 2020

HDTV Screen

Tuesday, January 7th, 2020

Technological advances have made the television light, elegant, ergonomic, better and perfect. Venturing to buy a new TV choice often falls on a flat panel, and it’s obvious he’s quite easy, takes up much less space and the image quality is far ahead of CRT TVs. Due to the presence of a cathode ray tube CRT these same TV set is pretty overall and take up much space. Progressive removing the image on the screen is the result of scintillation, which adversely affects the vision. But electromagnetic radiation in itself a very negative phenomenon. Choice TV – a problem absolutely is not complicated, there is no need to be an expert and have extensive knowledge about the characteristics of the TV. It all seems simple and straightforward, there is only a question: “Which is better: LCD or the” plasma “? LCD or the “plasma” In fact, correct answer to this question is difficult because both technologies are similar in their consumer characteristics such as brightness, contrast and viewing angles, and is worthy to compete with each other. But note positive and negative aspects of it is still possible.

Plasma TVs – The small thickness and large diagonal screen size, which has already overstepped the mark at 60 inches. inancial sees a great future in this idea. – Striking the brightness, contrast, color, display depths of black, you can enjoy high quality images under all lighting conditions. – No problem “response time”. – Ability to work with numerous television standards signal from the usual NTSC to precision HDTV. LCD TVs – are elegant, have an attractive, slim build, light weight and low power consumption. – Unlike plasmas, produced low-end models with small diagonal display. – The screen due to the specific performance is not prone to fading. – Compatible for use with a computer.

Diagonal diagonal screen size manufacturers often specify in inches, 1 inch corresponds to 2.54 cm Available in sizes ranging diagonally from 14 to 60 inches (PDP), and the most common are from 14 to 36 inches (Toshiba REGZA 20VL65R 20 ‘). Selecting the TV’s diagonal need not be guided by the rule: “The more – the better” or “Good is never too much.” First of all, must proceed from the size of the room, where presumably will be the TV. If the small room is small, then take a big TV is not rational, because Recommended distance when watching TV should be 3-5 diagonal screen. If you plan to connect to a TV computer, then choose a large diagonal, too, does not make sense.