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Among flat panel displays are now widely understood, either on the basis of LCD or plasma technology functioned and unlike CRT or rear projection screens are only a few centimeters thick. They are thus not too difficult and can thus easily transported and set up not only on their stand, but also be hung with a matching mount on a wall.

The diagonal of the image area is often given in inches, the palette ranges from portable devices with a few inches to about 50 inches and occasionally more, with 100-inch devices are hardly affordable for individuals. Plasma screens are usually available only from a certain size, while smaller flat panel LCD models are almost always.

A typical size is about 42 inches, which corresponds to about 107 centimeters. The market prices of good brand appliances here are in the range of 2000 € and sometimes about it, but also from about 600 € are well-equipped models have to eye.

Which technology is better, is not entirely clear, the LCD technology was known for a long time, because of the necessary technical background illumination deep black image portions can only to dark gray and light show with some rest.

Plasma screens, however, were known to be a long time not moving parts of an image such as station logos or advertisements for video games can burn, even the high power consumption was often criticized. Both techniques have been improving over time in these weak points, in the future could also be the OLED technology (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) are interesting.

A key point in choosing a flat panel display is the resolution, which is best should not be less than 1280 by 720 pixels.

Devices are often sold with 1366 by 768, which meet the "HD ready" standard and have therefore inevitably include an HDMI port can be connected via the best digital satellite receivers for example. Devices with a "Full HD" resolution known from 1920 by 1080 pixels can offer an even richer details and improved one image when the viewing distance is very low and as Blu-ray discs or other high definition media will play. The screen size is almost always 16:9, 4:3 units are rare.

For most TV and DVDs would theoretically be sufficient for a lower resolution, by a good upscaling but you can also benefit from the resolution of HDTV. To succeed, but should the so-called scalers, which are integrated in both the screens, as there are for example also in modern, have a certain minimum quality.


Think about what you want to use the mostly flat (conventional television, HDTV stations, DVD movies, video games ...) and also read several reviews. Even in a can with for example be a little interesting, because then the projector must be turned on less often and whose lamp is protected.

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