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 What's the difference between a Plasma TV and a flat panel LCD TV?

Answer The difference is the technology used to create the picture.Plasma uses gas trapped in glass. When current is applied, the gas lights up. LCD uses a bright backlight and filters that light through ... Read More »
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What is the difference between a Plasma and a LCD flat panel TV?

LCD TVs use an LCD panel to create the picture. It's the same LCD screen technology you find on laptop computers and digital cameras. Plasma TVs use gas suspended within glass panels and stimulated... Read More »
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What is the difference between a flat plasma tv and a LED flat tv?

Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) • HD resolution from 1280x720 pixels through 1920x1080 pixels in a variety of panel sizes. • LCD panel fabrication is a mature technology - now in 7th and 8th gen... Read More »
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What is the difference between a CRT plasma screen and LCD panel?

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) TVs use the light modulating properties of liquid crystals to give off the image. Plasma TVs use special gases produced by certain cells to create the image, but since ... Read More »
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What is the difference between a flat-panel& an LCD TV?

Liquid crystal display (LCD) is a display technology used in HDTVs and computer monitors; LCD TVs are considered a type of flat-panel TV while plasma, a competing technology, is also a flat-panel.F... Read More »
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