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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.


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.


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. 


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