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                1. TV's

                   

                  Commercial Displays - These are designed to operate in various environments and for anything up to 24/7 operation.

                  Plasma - The technology utilises small cells containing electrically charged ionized gases to produce colours and images. In the past these have been susceptible to "screen burn", but this problem has been largely eradicated. Traditionally, plasma screens have a better colour reproduction than LCD screens and therefore lend themselves to video content. The screens are available in a range of sizes up to 150" diagonal.

                  LCD/LED - Technically speaking, an LED TV is also an LCD TV, as the screen on both uses a liquid crystal display to produce colours and images. The crystals do not produce any light as the light comes from a series of lamps at the back of the screen. On an LCD TV, the lamps at the back of the screen are fluorescent lamps, whilst on an LED TV the lights at the back of the screen are Light Emitting Diodes (LED).­ Traditionally hard working, the colour reproduction was limited, however, with advances in technology this is largely a thing of the past. The screens are available in a variety of sizes up to 80" diagonal.