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Plasma vs. QLED

Which is Better?

When it comes to QLED vs. plasma, what are the differences?  Read on to find out.

What is a  QLED TV?

QLED televisions are LCDs with a layer of quantum dot particles added—they're brighter, contrastier, last longer and burn-in less than the organic particles used in OLED TVs do.

What is a  Plasma TV?

Plasma TVs use a layer of ionized gas (plasma) to enhance the brightness of the screen image and have the ability to create a true black to effectively display images regardless of the TV's positioning.

QLED TV vs. a Plasma TV?

For better or worse, most manufacturers are no longer producing plasma TVs. Yet, QLED TVs are just making their way into the home theater world with a resounding gong.

AVAILABILITY

The material used for a plasma TV screen is glass, which can come with many benefits as well as risks. While most QLED TVs have a hard plastic or thinner glass screen completed by a protective coat.

MATERIALS USED

Plasma TVs are known to be much heavier than QLED TVs because of the material that they are made from. Plasma TVs, with their thick glass screens, bear a heavier burden than their QLED hard plastic or thin glass screen counterparts. 

Maneuverability

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