Flat LCD displays are extremely popular in screen sizes below 47 inches, thanks to their widespread availability. Larger LCD displays, as big as 70 inches remain more expensive than Plasma, but in the critical 40- to 42-inch size range, LCD’s have become more competitive
The LCD picture quality has historically suffered from poor black levels, but the latest versions are much improved. This is because LCD displays are not able to achieve true black colours since there is always some light leaking through the pixels. In this respect, colour saturation is also affected.
Viewing angle: Is another LCD weakness compared to Plasma. The brightness and colour seems to fade when we watch from an angle that is far from the sweet spot which is right in front of the LCD, this can be to either side, above and below.
If you are going to be using your LCD to view still images or as a second computer monitor, LCD wins, our flat screen computer monitors are LCD technology because they handle still images the best.
LCD Lifespan: 60,000 hours on an average, though newer models claim lifespan approaching 100,000 hours on an average
Upside: Higher resolution than comparable-sized Plasma displays; no danger of burn-in; available in a wide range of sizes.
Downside: Black level quality generally not as good as Plasma displays due to backlighting; as well as a narrower viewing angle.
Forecast: Flat-panel LCD will continue to be the most popular HDTV technology.
Please contact us with your specific LCD Display requirements.