Plasma - Key features
  • Large screen sizes (42" to 60"+)
  • Flat panel display; light and thin enough to hang on the wall
  • High pixel resolution, with best-in-class black levels and refresh rates
  • Wide viewing angle
  • Smooth, natural motion; no motion blur
  • Less expensive per inch than other flat-panel display technologies
Factors to Consider
  • Glass cover can cause glare when situated near windows
  • Image burn-in (a.k.a. "ghosting") can occur
  • Higher power consumption and heat generation than LED or LCD TVs
  • PDP technology is not recommended for use in high-altitude locations
DLP � Key features
  • 1080p technology delivers more than 2 million pixels on-screen with full 1920 x 1080 resolution, the highest available
  • Unparalleled pixel response time delivers a precise, razor-sharp picture � ideal for sports, action-packed movies, and gaming
  • Capable of extremely high contrast ratios (up to 20,000:1), providing crisper whites, ultra-rich blacks, and images that "pop" on-screen
  • Unlike other technologies, DLP is virtually immune to color decay or yellowing of the image after extended periods of usage
  • Does not suffer from image retention � no worries of video games and network logos burning in on the screen