Plasma TVs, as the name suggests, use a matrix of tiny gas plasma cells charged by precise electrical voltages to create a picture. Plasma TVs have a wide viewing angle, which allows viewers to watch the TV screen even from a corner of a room comfortable.
LCD TVs (Liquid Crystal Display) require a light source to illuminate it and form a picture on the screen. LCDs tend to have a higher native resolution than plasmas of similar size, which means more pixels on the screen. LCDs also tend to consume less power than plasma screens.
LED TVs are a type of LCD TV where the backlighting is done through LEDs. LED TVs consume significantly less power than standard LCDs, and generally have a slightly better picture quality than LCD TVs. They are also costlier than similar LCD TVs.
HD TVs offers wider pictures with greater detail and the clarity of motion pictures and have a significantly higher resolution than traditional formats (CRT TVs).
3D TVs is one of the latest innovation in the high definition television domain, and offer a three-dimensional viewing experience.
|Full HD, LED TV|
Screen size is the size of the TV screen, measured diagonally. As TVs are available in a great number of sizes, it is upto you to choose the one that best suit you. However, the larger is the size of the screen, the bigger and better is the viewing experience.
Range: Plasma TVs are generally only available at large screen sizes (over 40 inches). LCD and LED TVs are available for all kinds of screen sizes starting from 17 inches, and going up to as high as 70 inches.
|Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
USB connectors are used for connecting TVs with other electronic devices such as keyboards, mobiles, tablets, laptops, Printers, portable media players, disk drives and network adapters.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) provides a connector between your TV and any audio/video source, such as a laptop, DVD player, or A/V receiver over a single cable.
By delivering crystal-clear, all-digital audio and video via a single cable, HDMI simplifies cabling and helps provide you with the highest-quality home theater experience.
|PC Audio In||1|
|Component Video Input||1|
|RF Connection Input||1|
|Other Features||DVD Component Input, AV Input (Front, Side, Rear), USB 2.0 Support, AV Output, D-SUB 15 (VGA Input), PC (VGA Input), HDMI Ver 1.3|
|Power Supply (AC)||AC 110-240 V, 50/60 Hz|
Dynamic Contrast Ratio is a very important rating used to measure a television's image quality. The Dynamic Contrast Ratio in it's simplest form is the difference between the brightest image a TV can create and the darkest. It is expressed as two numbers separated by a colon (x:y).
Higher the ratio, better is the image quality. A television with a low contrast ratio will less accurately depict the colors of an image, and details in dark scenes or bright scenes may be lost. LED TVs have a contrast ratio higher than Plasma TVs and LCD TVs.
In display technology, viewing angle is the maximum angle at which a TV display can be viewed with acceptable visual performance.
Plasma TVs have better viewing angles than LCDs which suffer from loss of brightness and color changes at wider viewing angles. LED TVs have slightly better viewing angles than standard LCD TVs due to the backlight technology used.
|Other Features||120 Hz Motion Plus, 1.06 Billion Display Colours, USB (720p Movie, JPEG)|
|Speakers||2 Built-in Speakers|
|Sound Technology||SRS TruSurround|
|Speaker Power Output||20 W|
|Other Features||Music Mode, Stereo Playback, Balance, 5 Band Equalizer|
|Dimensions (With Stand)||974 x 680 x 220 mm|
|Weight (With Stand)||15.1 kg|
|Clock, Eco Vision, Energy Meter, Hotel Mode, Motion Jitter Compensation (MJC), OSD Languages (ATV), Zoom Mode (Normal, Full, 4:3, 16:9), DCDI, Madi Mode, Active Colour Management, Adaptive Image Optimization, Flesh Tone Adjust, Digital Comb Filter (3D), A|