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These days it would seem that everything has gone either digital or 3D. Technology that once was cutting edge has now become standard for most new TVs on the market.
Although regular LCD and LED TVs are still going strong, most of the new versions come with 3D glasses and the quality has become so amazing that many would assume they are just as good as some of the older plasma ones.
Although plasma screens are in a totally different category when it comes to quality they have lots of draw backs such as, they are too pricy for the average consumer, they aren't as thin as LCDs or LEDs and often the image integrity deteriorates earlier then on regular TVs.
You can't stop progress and every TV company is always striving to bring better definition, detail and performance to their products. In the past years the technology has really improved by leaps and bounds but is that really a good thing?
In some cases such as when watching sports or documentaries the increase in quality is fantastic. Some TVs make you feel like you are witnessing your favorite athletes accomplishing great feats better than you would from a seat at the stadium.
The same can be said about watching high definition documentaries where you may observe animals in their natural habitat without the added risk of going on a safari.
The colors, the depth and the experience is truly fascinating.
In some cases high definition, motion blur reduction and outstanding 3D enhancements fail to improve one's experience. They also downgrade the user experience. This happens when watching movies or TV shows with sub par acting or poor visual effects.
When viewing such shows on a pixilated computer screen, an old fashioned television set or at the movie theatre, bad acting, poor graphics and dreadful composition may be overlooked but when seen on a high definition TV they become blatant.
Every actor's awkward expression, lack of timing or inability to interact with their 3D environment becomes magnified to the point where many viewers may decide to stop
watching a particular show or movie altogether.
In some ways progress is a double edged blade whereby TV soaps and poorly produced movies are on the side.
Images coming soon.