The plasma TV was made available in 1997 and after the year 2000 they became very popular due to the fact that they were thin enough to hang on the wall. The prices were extremely high around that time and had a very short life span before either dying completely or needing a plasma recharge. Today's plasma TV is of higher quality and with a lower price point making them more affordable for the average person to purchase one.
The main video connection types on the plasma TV include the following: Composite video, which is the standard A/V type connections used primarily for connecting devices such as VCR's and older cable boxes. Superior to composite video is component video which may be used for progressive-scan DVD, HDTV, higher-end cable TV and satellite TV. Other video connections on the plasma include S-Video, DVI, HDMI, RGB/VGA and USB.
You'll find bloggers talking about plasma TVs at sites like 50 Inch Plasma Blog and LCD vs Plasma Blog.
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