The difference between plasma and lcd televisions is that plasma televisions have better colors. However, lcd televisions last longer than plasma.
The difference between a plasma and widescreen lcd tv is that a plasma has less of a viewing range. They both have great video quality.
A plasma TV is better than a LCD TV. haha! :-)
Lcd screens are made up of liquid crystal while plasma displays consists of cells.
The primary difference between plasma and LCD television sets is that plasma TVs use florescent bulbs and gas to reflect a image, whereas LCD TVs use crystals and laser beams to reflect an image.
A JVC plasma is a brand of television and a plasma television does not use liquid crystal displays (which is and LCD television). Plasma televisions are thinner and provide crisper images.
Plasma TVs use highly heated gases for the picture. LCD use liquid crystal displays. That's the scientific difference. As for the difference you will see, that's up to your eye and your opinion.
The display technology, plasma gets hotter, is heavier but brighter and color warmth is greater then lcd.
LCD is lighter than Plasma but plasma has a more true black color. Besides price you won't likely notice much difference. Earlier lcd models had trouble showing a true black, but the technology has improved considerably. There still is some difference, but it really comes down to weight and price now.
There are a few differences between plasma and LCD televisions. Plasma uses electronically charged gas that produces deeper blacks although it suffers when watching in direct sunlight. LCD tv's use individual crystals and are generally cheaper.
LCD are little lights for each and every pixel, while plasma has two pieces of glass with plasma between the two.
plasma get hotter then LCD or led and plasma has some gasses in it
Plasma panels give off image by using certain gases inside special cells and LCD panels give off image by modulating liquid crystals
Viewing angles for a plasma will not have as many problems as viewing angles for LCD's, Screen Refresh Rates / Pixel response time for plasma screens are faster, and plasma tvs tend to be heavier. For more information on the differences, visit http://www.projectorpeople.com/resources/lcd-plasma-projector.asp
== == LCD is best when compared to plasma because crystals have very good property regarding refletion.....so it is better to use LCD rather than using plasma...The plasma have disadvantage that its is not as stable as an LCD.
No most people consider lcd tvs better than plasma tvs. Plasma tvs are harder to fix than lcd tvs. Lcd tvs also have a clearer picture than plasma tvs do.
There is quite a few difference between a led HD and a plasma TV. For starters, the LCD is more compact than that of a plasma TV. There is also a difference in viewing experience when it comes to color and pixel imaging. You can find a side by side comparison of the two here http://our-opinions-tips.com/2010/01/know-the-difference-between-LCD-plasma-HDTV-led-and-oled/
LCD televisions will typically outlast there Plasma counterparts.
No because the LCD or plasma technology is relatively new. It also depends on the maufacturer. Panasonics plasma tv has a 100,000 lifespan versus 60,000 of an LCD. Plasma and LCD are not the same type of tv either.
Plasma typically has deeper black levels and handles fast motion better. LCD uses less power, runs cooler and is better in rooms with more ambient lighting.
The difference between plasma and lcd TV is the type of material that is used to project the image. LCD has a good image but plasma has a better image. The only problem with plasma is that there is a greater chance of burning an image into the screen from overuse. LCD screens emit no light of their own, they need to be back lit by flourescent tubes or White LED's. They are cheaper to make, reasonably robust and lighter than a Plasma. Plasma screens are expensive, delicate, heavy, run hot, use lots of power, made of glass and emit their own light via the plasma trapped in individual cells. Plasma's used to have the better light output and definition, but LCD technology is fast catching up.
They dpon't make LED screens yet just LCD and plasma screens.
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.