Plasma TVs – Once the Best Black Levels in the Business
The once futuristic plasma display will be hard to find nowadays but a quick recap takes us back to a time when it was the technology to be seen with. In it’s day plasma’s main advantage over LCD technology was always its black level response and the ability to produce deeper and more detailed black areas. But higher energy consumption was the price to pay for such a luxury. However, newer technologies emerging today are proving more reliable, are cheaper to produce and use far less power.
With the once mighty Plasma screen a soon distant memory you’ll be looking for the next big thing in TVs. 2016 is sure to be remembered as the year HDR arrived in all its glory. The latest Ultra HD 4K TVs sporting HDR technology brings amazing levels of contrast and life life images like never before.
New 2017 HDR Televisions
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With plasma technology declining it can only mean one thing – prices are going to be cheap. Shopping around can still get movie fans the best picture tech they have always enjoyed and at a bargain price too. Panasonic was for many the home of plasma TVs and models still available to buy will come with a well featured spec and the latest smart TV system. Best of all with Big screen TVs in all their glory and 3D Plasma TVs coming with such affordable price tags fans of the TV tech can snap up one up while they still can.
Next Generation Curved TVs
Panasonic, LG, Samsung and others are either withdrawing completely or scaling back their plasma TV production and focusing on the next generation of televisions. We are seeing the arrival of new types of TVs such as OLED and 4K TVs. Shapes are changing too with super slim bendable and curved TVs taking centre stage.