Televison Plasma to L.E.D. & 3D
With such a diverse choice of TV’s available today, we are here to help you find exactly what you need.
Carry on reading to find out the difference between Plasma LCD & L.E.D. From HD ready to full HD.
Now both LCD and Plasma TV is available in 3D.
Here at Matrix Solutions S. L. we can supply a wide selection of Televisions available. From small LCD´s for your bedroom to massive 50″ screens for your lounge. We supply projectors too, our clients would usually fit projectors in big cinema rooms.
See here for more information on projectors and home cinemas.
Plasma is an old technology by today’s standards. It is associated with big screen TV’s, however with LCD TV’s being made in sizes up to 70″ Plasma is fast becoming obsolete. They only last for 10 years before needing to be re gassed. The prices of Plasma’s are generally cheaper than LCD, but that will be changing soon. Plasma TV’s will be ideal for those that love fast moving images such as in sports however, with LCD introducing 100hz and 200hz they may have some serious competition. What the 100hz and 200hz technology does is insert extra images between the standard frames and thus produce a much clearer picture with no blurring or ghosting with fast moving objects across the screen.
LCD TV’s are regarded as the normal TV. This is because of both quality, availability and such wide variety of sizes. Plasmas were only available as big screen TV, 32″ and above. LCD on the other hand used to be only available in small sizes 19″ to 32″. Today they are available from 19″ all the way up to 70″. They can last typically for up to 20 years or 60,000 hours.
LED TV is the newest screen type to become available. It uses LED’s (light emitting diodes) to produce super sharp images and because they are so small the depth of the new LED TV’s is brought down to around 1 cm.
HD ready is what is regarded as High Definition TV. The HD ready stands for a resolution on the screen. The screen resolution of a HD ready TV is 1366 x 768 pixels. These pixels are the dots of colour which make up the display on the TV. HD ready TV’s are very good for watching standard definition programming and some broadcast HD channels on the Sky platform. If you buy a Full HD TV your TV set will have to fill the extra pixels with made up ones which will cause a loss of quality. However if there is a Full HD input then the Quality of the picture will be double the clarity on a Full HD TV compared to a HD ready TV. If you buy a HD Ready TV they usually do not include picture optimisation’s such as 100hz and motion blur reduction features.
The screen resolution of a Full HD TV is 1920 x 1080 pixels At the moment very few devices support Full HD. Blu Ray technology from Sony is one format that is Full HD. Unless you have a full HD input the Full HD TV set has to fill in the extra pixels which will result in a not so clear picture. However the Full HD televisions come with more features including picture optimisation’s such as 100hz and 200hz which can reduce motion blurring which LCD televisions suffer from. One thing that is associated with Full HD is that on a 32″ screen size and smaller you will hardly notice the benefits of Full HD. Although now some manufacturers are making Full HD models of 32″ screens.
3D is the next wave of technology to hit us. 3D is available on Sky and with new Blu-ray 3D films. When you put those glasses on you really will see your TV in a new light. Instead of a flat picture it becomes a room. You will feel as if you are actually in the film.
Why wait, contact us today and we can advise, supply and install your ideal TV for you.
We can even mount your TV on the wall, hide the cables in trunking/capping or even chase them in the wall, we have the solution that best fits your needs. Would you like to see our portfolio and client testimonials? click here.