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Plasma hdtv

It has been said, that as from the year of 2009, there will be no such thing as analog television broadcasting. In other words, if you want to watch TV with an antenna you will have to have one that has an Advanced Television System Committee well-matched digital tuner. If you do not have this, you will not be able to watch television. However, satellite and cable TV will not be affected by this change as they broadcast in a completely different way compared to over the air broadcasting. Therefore, if you don’t already have one, you should consider investing in a plasma HDTV. It will provide you with the greatest digital performance you have ever seen; you won’t have to miss a single thing!

In the beginning, plasma HDTV sets were only available in smaller sizes, like the 42″ and the 50″, but the bigger ones are now more popular than any other. Plasma is great from any size up from 42″, if you want something smaller than that you should look into an LCD rather. Plasma HDTV’s are great to have, and even though they are slim they are still rather heavy. This may be the downfall of these TV’s, the fact that they might require more work because they are heavier than most other TV’s. If you are having it mounted on the wall, you will more than likely have to call in a professional to do it for you. Also, they are rather sensitive so you might have to provide them with good venting so that they don’t overheat.

Plasma’s are great for watching anything, but they are even better when you are watching something that contains many dark scenes. This makes the plasma HDTV ideal for watching movies. These TV’s might also have a slight problem with reflection and glare so it is best to put it in a room where there isn’t much glare. However, the newer models of plasma are available with anti-glare or anti-reflection coatings. This might not completely stop the screen from showing a reflection or glare, but will reduce the amount it shows.

Plasma HDTV’s also have a wider viewing angle compared to many other flat-panel TV’s. Basically what this means is that you can sit at any angle while watching the TV and you should still be able to see the picture perfectly. Except, it is not good for your eyes if you watch from the side and should sit in front of the TV and not too close to it either.

December 29, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll

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  1. […] In the beginning, plasma HDTV sets were only available in smaller sizes, like the 42? and the 50?, but the bigger ones are now more popular than any other. Plasma is great from any size up from 42?, if you want something smaller than … Read More […]

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