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Plasma Vs LCD Vs LED TVs

Which one should you buy, jet in my friends!!!
by Praneeth Baratam
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As pointed out by Praneeth, LED TVs currently available in the market are just LED lit LCD TVs. While some advanced products have modulated LED arrays behind the LCD panel to enhance the black levels and contrast, regular LEDs commonly available and accessible to majority of consumers are just a marketing phenomenon than a technological leap.

The real revolution in display technology is just a few years away and we can already see many flagship products showcased in CES and other events. Yes, your guessed it right, its the OLED technology.

OLED technology has many advantages compared to current ones.

1. Paper thin displays
2. Flexible Panels
3. Ultra low power consumption
4. Better color reproduction and contrast.

Its similar to Plasma display in that its self luminescent and can reproduce deep blacks with out a hitch.

They are commonly seen in high-end smartphones for now but are slowly making their way into the living room.
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Praveen Baratam, Maven - 6 years ago Edit
OLED Technology is really exciting. But will this technology ever become affordable and durable? As of date OLED panels are very sensitive to moisture. Moreover the blue light emitting elements of the display last less than 20,000 hours, there by limiting the useful lifespan of the panel.
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Praneeth Baratam, Evangelist - 6 years ago Edit
Well OLEDs are here, but they are insanely expensive at this time. They are great display panels in many respects. They have their limitations though. As mass production brings their prices down, it would be interesting to see the war of the different display panels.
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Let me start by saying this- LED TVs are nothing but LCD TVs which are illuminated by LEDs (classic LCDs are illuminated by CCFLs). Plasmas on the other hand do not need to be illuminated given the nature of their image production mechanism.

The answer to this ever-confusing comparison depends on the perspective; from that of a potential buyer and from that of a technology website reviewer. Buyer's best choice is limited by his spending ability, whereas, the reviewer enjoys the luxury of picking the best available. Without much ado, let me introduce you to the best HDTV technology. High-end LED TVs win over plasma TVs in black and white levels(translates to good image quality). But they come at a price - costing several thousand dollars like the Sharp Elite series, becoming the choice of a technology reviewer. The best bang for the buck is delivered hands down by plasmas- deep black levels, accurate color reproduction and wallet-friendly price.
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Malla Srilakshmi, Evangelist - 6 years ago Edit
We recently bought a Plasma, and i see that Plasma's image quality is much better than LCD. I did not go for LED since it was very expensive and is not impressive enough for that price.
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Praneeth Baratam, Evangelist - 6 years ago Edit
Well, that is the trade off most consumers ought to be making. LEDs are pretty affordable these days, but the plasma-trumping LEDs are not the affordable ones.
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RamGopal Neerukonda, Evangelist - 6 years ago Edit
Excellent post Praneeth. Useful information
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