Plasma TVs have become quite popular in the past few years. They have a higher resolution compared to traditional CRT TV sets. Plasma TVs are also capable of displaying DTV and full HDTV signals, which makes them an attractive option among potential TV purchasers.
As each and every pixel in a plasma TV has its own transistor electrode, they do not have scan lines. This feature of plasma TVs enable them to produce smooth and even images across the complete display surface. Most plasma TV displays also include in-built line doubling to enhance the image quality from low resolution analogue video signals.
While conventional CRT TVs used to be large, bulky and heavy, the flat screen LCD and plasma TVs of today are slim, sleek and extremely lightweight. This slim and lightweight nature of flat screen TVs enable them to be mounted on a wall using TV brackets. In the past TV sets used to be placed on a TV cabinet or TV stand, but wall mounting has now become the modern alternative.
TV brackets come in many different types and styles. And, some are specially made to hold TVs of different brands and different dimensions. While some TV brackets enable you to tilt and twist your TV screen from right to left and upwards and downwards, others keep your TV screen stationary. Thus, you can easily choose a TV bracket for your plasma or LCD TV depending on your budget and viewing requirements.