The technology secret of Plasma TV is available between two thin mounted glass panels, which is the screen. The panels are created with pixels that are actually tiny compress gas pockets. Every pixel comprises of 3 sub pixels, consisting of red, green and blue phosphors.

3D Plasma TV is made so unique that each sub-pixel is controlled individually by using the advanced electronics, which is capable of creating unique sixteen million colors. As the pixel gets electric current, gas present inside the TV reacts, thus forming plasma, which again produces light. The light reacts with blue, green and red phosphors and provides a better contrast ratio and a superior picture quality. Therefore, flicker is quite less on the plasma screen.

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