LG have recently introduced two new 3D enabled plasma TVs, the LG 60PX990 and the LG 50PX990 with 600Hz sub field drive technology. With the launch of 3D TVs, plasma technology is enjoying something of resurgence. The quick panel response time offers an advantage of minimising ‘Crosstalk’, an undesirable side effect that is associated with 3D images.
While LG initially focused on LED 3D screens, the company said it will now concentrate more on their plasma division. LG also promise to bring in new 3D plasma screens to minimise the ‘Crosstalk’ phenomenon. This mostly occurs when images intended for the right or left eye remain on the screen for too long. As a result, this causes leakage into the image that is intended for the other eye, thus causing ‘ghosting’.
Features of LG’s 3D enabled plasma TV range
The new 3D plasma screens from LG feature MPF (Multi-Picture Format) support. This feature allows users to view the 3D pictures taken from their 3D cameras directly onto the 3D TV screen. The PX990 from LG is one of the first 3D plasma screens that feature THX certification. This indicates the level of display potential on par with the filmmaker studio.
Besides the above features, you also get Wi-Fi connectivity, DLNA certification and Netcast web portal from LG. Along with regular 3D, you also get ‘Pseudo’ 2D-3D conversion which gives an extra dimension to any video source. Moreover, you also get a pair of 3D glasses with each TV set. The LG 60PX990 and LG 50PX990 also boast a Freeview HD tuner and Tru Black filter for contrast enhancement.
If you are planning to get a new flat panel TV, getting the right TV bracket is also equally important to provide the much required support and security to your expensive TV set.