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 What makes up a plasma tv?

Answer A plasma TV screen is made up of a grid of tiny pixels filled with gas. An electrical charge is put across these pixels which cause the gas atoms to interact with a phosphor coating to create colours.
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What Makes a Plasma TV Work?

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Who makes vizio plasma tv?

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Who makes the Maxent plasma TV?

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Who makes Sony plasma TVs?

Sony. But they do use circuit boards and parts from other manufacturer's, such as Samsung, etc. It's just a matter of economics.
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