Panasonic Corporation

December 31, 2019


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Sure, this LED variant allows a very flat design of the panels and thus a modern and stylish look of the equipment. Direct-LEDs, LCD panels with an LED backlit display arranged over the entire surface behind the screen, which are equipped with a local dimming technology, achieve compared to traditional LCD TV a more homogeneous illumination of the image and improved contrast and black levels. They are however enormously costly and reach not the shallow construction of edge LEDs. In contrast to LCD TVs, plasma TVs need no backlight to produce an image. Each of the over 2 million pixels (pixel) full-HD-plasma TV produced the necessary light itself and thus ensures a completely homogeneous illumination of the image. The technologically-related benefits are a natural colour reproduction, a excellent motion reproduction and excellent contrast from every angle. The different variants of with LED backlight LCD televisions achieve better image quality than traditional LCD TVs so although part, compared to modern plasma TVs, but loosen nor the issue of limited viewing angle, the weaknesses in contrast and black display. Numerous publications confirm this judgement.

“For me this proves: plasma provides the better and more natural images”, sums up Armando Romagnolo and puts in Vista: even the first 50 inch full HD 3D TV, we are put on the German market in 2010 based on a plasma panel. Because in the future we at large screen sizes on the plasma technology, which offers just this enormous advantages in image quality.” For more information see tv guides. Electronic Panasonic the Panasonic Corporation is a worldwide leader in the development and production Products for a variety of customer needs in the private, business and industrial area. The Osaka, Japan-based Group achieved in the past fiscal year (end of March 31, 2009) consolidated net sales of 7.77 trillion yen / 78.4 billion US – dollars. The shares of the group are on the stock exchanges in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and New York (NYSE: PC) records. For more information about the company and the Panasonic brand, see.