Plasma vs. LCD has been going on for awhile. Plasma was generally considered better for larger TVs and for "black screen" issues. However, LCD screens have closed the gap to the extent that plasma is rarely preferred over LCD.
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This is a frequently debated question. It really all comes down to what you personally are looking for in a tv. Here is a website that describes in detail some arguments for both http://bestplasmatv2011.net/plasma-vs-lcd-lcd-vs-plasma-plasma-orlcd/
This article www.crutchfield.com/ISEO-rgbtcspd/learn/.../tv_flatpanel.html has the most up to date information you are probably looking for on a LCD vs Plasma.
There are many website available that explain the differences between LCD and LED HDTVs. Try this we blink at http://lcdtvbuyingguide.com/HDTV/led-vs-lcd.html
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A Face-off between Samsung and Sony perhaps is the best way to know which one of it is better, where people choose between them. Apart from Face-off, also see the differences between LED, LCD and Plasma. I came across this at: BRAND COLLAGE www.brandcollage.com/faceoff/samsung-led-smart-tv-vs-sony-bravia-led-tv/
OLED TV is not only slim and lighter than Plasma and LCD TVs but also has a 0.9mm bezel giving you the closest experience to the cinema possible.
Question needs more information. Are you asking what's the difference between a high Hz CRT monitor at 100Hz vs. a lower Hz LCD at 60Hz? If so that answer lies in the way the screen is updated. Please re-ask your question with more details.
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They are actually quite similar. LED televisions are actually just LCD televisions that use LED lighting for the back light instead of the traditional fluorescent CFL lighting. http://lcdtvbuyingguide.com/HDTV/led-vs-lcd.html
HDTV is not really a tv technology. Today pretty much all TVs are HDTV. I think what you are asking is maybe plasma vs. LCD (or LED.... very similar). The quick and simple answer is LCD.......... I have worked in the industry for over a decade and what the majority of people buy is not the best...
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It may be difficult to get a good comparison of LED vs LCD televisions unless both technologies are placed side by side. This will help you determine which picture is more vibrant and clear. While comparing televisions, ensure that both devices are set to the same settings, relating to contrast and brightness. When placed side by side, many people do not see a huge difference between the two devices. However, the LCD TV is typically lower in price.
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LCD vs. Plasma There has been a lot of misinformation about plasma TVs. People used to think that you had to recharge the gas over a certain period of time or that they burned out. The life span on a plasma or LCD on average is 60,000 hours. At about 8 hours a day that's over 21 years. Most of the major manufacturers list this spec on their websites. As far as what's better, it depends on the application. Plasma generally has better black levels, less motion artifacts and a sharper picture. But they also have a more reflective screen which can be bad in a room with large windows. LCD's do better with computers. They are not prone to burn-in, so when you have an image on the screen that does not move (like a blue apple in the top left corner, or a start button in the bottom left) it won't damage the screen. Plasma screens require more energy than LCD screens, and they produce a noticeable amount of heat.