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Plasma, TV has vivid colors, fast refresh and great contrast? Plasma TVs are the TVs that mostly likely catch your eye as you stroll down the aisle in your local best buy. Plasma TVs have exceptionally bright, distinct and vibrant colors.
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But as with most good things in life there is a downside to consider. Plasma TVs have high power consumption and a relatively short lifespan. But then again you may well be buying a newer type of higher technology TV yet again in the future. After all having the latest TV technology has become an essential status symbol in many if not most middle class American homes. If you only wanted a TV you could of well gone to Wal-Mart or Costco and purchased a very acceptable picture older CRT TV very inexpensively.

Some tests have shown that the ability for a plasma display to show true black decreases by 13% over the first four weeks. Over a period of a few years this could show blacks as light grays in your image.

The high power consumption may not bother you if you don't mind paying a bit more for your electric bill, but the real issue just as in laptop computers is the amount heat generated and the damage done to these electronic devices and the screen of your new and very expensive plasma TV by that heat.

The heat comes from the million tiny fluorescent tubes on a heavy glass substrate that produces the image. This design is also part of the longevity issue. The high heat produced in a small area burns out the phosphors sooner than the phosphor on a traditional CRT. And, in tying everything together, this can also result in image burn-in especially on channels that display their logo continuously in the lower right corner.

LCD TVs are much less expensive than plasma, but also tend not to have pictures that are as sharp or bright. The other downside to LCD displays is that the pixels are relatively slow to change state. Fast moving objects such as a hockey puck or baseball bat get blurred where they might show more crisply on a plasma or good quality CRT.

As with LCD display, manufacturers are moving towards high intensity LED technology to replace lamps and get lifespan measured in years. Of course, that technology and LED TVs are not cheap, but prices should come down as they become more popular.

Although $3000 may seem like a lot of money to spend on a 4K Ultra HDTV, the amazing features that enhance the quality of such TV might justify the amount of money you are about to spend. Most HDTV's design is elegant and glossy with a narrow bezel.

If you are looking for a good performance TV, 4K Ultra HDTV is one of the best products. However, the price may be too high for the average buyers, so such product may not have many fans at the moment. However, if you wish for something with a lower price and good performance the LED TV might be the best solution for you.

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