What Is a Plasma TV Made of?


A plasma TV is a high definition flat screen TV whose screen actually contains gases which glow when electrically charged (plasma), such as neon and xenon. There are literally thousands of tiny tubes containing such gasses in the screen (three per pixel) and each pixel is sandwiched by two electric plates to charge them up. That is why the images produced by the plasma screen are so clear and well-defined.
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In a plasma TV, the individual pixels are made from three tiny
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In a plasma screen, light is created by phosphors excited by a plasma discharge between two flat panels of glass.
Keep in mind your 32" tube TV is probably a 4:3 aspect ratio so in the future when watching HD in wide screen you now have a 30" wide screen.(with black bars at top and
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What Are Plasma TVs Made of?
Plasma displays (known in industry jargon as PDPs, or plasma display panels) use an electrochemical process to create vivid images that make them among the highest quality displays available today. The process by which plasma displays produce an image is... More »
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Plasma tv's are made of small cells containing electrically charged inonized gases, or commonly none as flourescent lamps. Plasma tv screens are made of glass, which in the past has caused a glare from reflected objects. Panasonic has coated their newer models with a anti-glare filter material to help with this issue.
A plasma TV display is used to light up tiny fluorescent lights and create an image. Fluorescent lights are made up of a type of plasma, which is a gas consisting of many free flowing ions. The fluorescent lights make up pixels on the screen. Each pixel consists of 3 fluorescent lights; green, red and blue.
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