CRT High Definition TV Or Even LCD HDTV?

By Benji Logan

There are many kinds of Tvs. And also to help to make issues more complicated, you can even find more types of High definition tvs, but exactly how exactly will the Cathode ray tube High definition tv compare well towards other types of HDTVs? This information will help you understand and choose the right one for you.

In the 1920s, the very first television was invented, and since then it has come a long way. From Cathode Ray Tube Televisions to Liquid Crystal Display Televisions, knowing the varieties of televisions can help you choose the right one for you. And to help you better understand these types of Televisions, I have listed some facts.

Cathode Ray Tube Television

Short for CRT TV; the CRT has been the type of Television that most of us were accustomed to since we were born. A CRT is a vacuum tube that generates pictures by projecting an electron beam onto the face of the tube. A CRT HDTV can be very bulky and can weight 4 times heavier than an LCD or Plasma HDTV's weight in the same screen size. But the picture quality is superb.

A standard CRT HDTV has an aspect ratio of 4:3 and it is spaciously built that is why it is often criticize by those factors. But some Television manufacturers like SONY and SAMSUNG are now making slimmer and lighter CRT HDTVs, and there are now these CRT HDTVs with 16:9 picture ratio or better known as a 'widescreen' picture.

How do other types of Television match up? Well, LCDs, LEDs and Plasmas are known for flat panels and for their light weight. They are very easy to lift and easy to carry around the house even if they are 45 inches big. LCD, LED and PLASMA HDTVs can also deliver superb picture quality just like CRT HDTVs.

For me, when it comes to better angle viewing and better black level contrast I pick the CRT HDTV because it has that slight edge over its rivals. But an LCD, LED or a Plasma HDTV has a huge advantage over the CRT HDTV when it comes to large screen sizes, design and transportability. It is very difficult to transport a 36 inches CRT HDTV to other rooms and other places.

Portable Television

When we say portable television, the first thing that comes to mind is; it must be small, light weight and must be very handy. There are two very common types of portable televisions that are sold in the market, a portable CRT television and a portable LCD television, ranging from 7 inches to 14 inches.

Of the two, I know for a fact that there are portable LCD HDTVs that are sold in the market these days. But I am not aware if there are any portable CRT HDTVs out there. However, if there is one, then a portable CRT HDTV and a portable LCD HDTV will have no difference at all. Since pixels in smaller screens are hard to notice and a small television is not that hard to carry even if it is a CRT TV. The only difference is that if the CRT TV is not an HDTV, it is always best to go with HDTVs for better picture quality.

Many people still prefer CRT HDTVs compared to LCDs, LEDs, and Plasma HDTVs because for them, they prefer the picture quality of a CRT HDTV. And one more reason they prefer a CRT HDTV is because it is much cheaper than an LCD, LED and Plasma HDTV. If you are a person who doesn't mind carrying heavy things and with a floor space to spare, then go for a CRT HDTV, this might be the perfect kind of television for you.

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