Plasma and LCD TVs are the latest
trend in home entertainment. Both offer unrivalled
picture quality and resolution, while doing away with
the bulkiness of the older rear-projection technologies.
But with all of the hype surrounding these two types of
televisions, what is the difference between them?
Although they look- and are virtually priced- the same,
they are not.
Myths about plasma television persist even though these flat panel entertainment wonders have been around for a while and are widely used in home, offices and public areas.
Like all decisions in life, the decision to purchase a plasma television has both pros and cons. But that is not this article. This article is about the debate about what those pros and cons are to help you sort out the raging shouting matches on the technology forums.
Like any good, religious technology debate the debate between plasma televisions and LCD screens
is as hot as between PC and Mac fanatics.
Looking for more options to position your television
? You may want to consider investing in a plasma type of television set.
Mounting plasma television sets
is relatively easy. You have a variety of ways of locating your television including hanging it on a wall.
Most people think that all you have to do to purchase a new
plasma television set is to walk into a shop, look
around, and purchase the first set that catches your
attention. This is how you're supposed to do it, right?
Wrong! Buying a television, whether it has a plasma
monitor or a LCD monitor, takes careful