|Step 1 - Plasma TV Buying Guide
tv has brought a futuristic slim looking
screen to our living rooms with the ability to view high quality images in a glorious deoth of colours. They come in all shapes and sizes
and are ideal for watching DVD's and
high definition TV broadcasts.
1. More Expensive than LCD TV's
2. Very large screens combined with slim designs
plasma tv screen size is now around 42" and 60+" sets are now becoming increasingly
available. Most plasma tv's now integrate
with video, dvd and home cinema equipment.
You can also release a significant amount of living space within your home and create a centre-piece for your room (either on a stand or mounted on a wall) but all this comes at a premium price.
looks combined with large screens that
deliver excellent picture results for
DVD discs and high definition television
broadcasts. All models are now HD Ready.
Low quality television signals
can display 'picture noise' (that looks
like blurred little blocks on the screen).
The life time of the plasma screen varies between brand to
brand (typically 60,000 hours).
Prices are coming
down and picture quality is improving.
If you want a large screen picture,
regularly watch DVD movies, subcribe
to High Definition Television services
and require a superb centre-piece for
your living room then do consider a