articles

Some of the differences between LCD and plasma screen televisions include the materials used in production of the screen, the picture quality of each type of set, the heat that each type of set generates and the amount o... More »

www.reference.com Technology Television & Video

According to ScreenTek, newer-model LED TVs are more beneficial than older LCD TVs, as LED TVs consume a lower amount of energy, generate less heat, have a longer lifespan and feature a brighter screen. LCD TVs are backl... More »

www.reference.com Technology Television & Video

A TFT screen, formally called a "thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display," is a type of LCD screen. TFT is used to improve the image of a regular LCD screen by attaching a transistor to each pixel, which provides mor... More »

www.reference.com Technology Television & Video
similar articles

The main differences between LCD, LED and plasma TVs include their light output, contrast ratio and black level. LED TVs dominate the light output category, as stated by CNET, while Plasma TVs have an advantage over the ... More »

www.reference.com Technology Television & Video

A LED backlight LCD display, commonly called just an LED display, is one that uses LED bulbs instead of a fluorescent panel as the illumination for the screen. LED backlights are much thinner and consume less power than ... More »

www.reference.com Technology Television & Video

The best way to clean an LCD screen is by rubbing gently with a lint-free dry cloth. If the smudges are oily or if the screen is very soiled, mix a drop of liquid detergent in a bowl of water and apply to the surface wit... More »

www.reference.com Technology Television & Video

A pixel protector is a tool for calibrating a plasma, LCD or LED screen and removing problems such as screen burn and stuck pixels. The brand name Pixel Protector refers to a product sold on DVD or Blu Ray, but similar s... More »

www.reference.com Technology Television & Video