CCTV on a plasma television is the best way to view your desired area. Plasma TV allows for space saving high definition viewing. LCD televisions are also good, but the large size of the plasma makes them superrior.
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Plasma televison in the work placePlasma television is fast becoming the most popular choice in CCTV remote monitoring. A 47" plasma flat panel can be hung on almost any office wall, while taking up a minnimal amount of space. A plasma brings you extremely high resolution and accurate color for counterfit bill scrutiny. An old tube television simply can not compete with the next generation TV. The LCD does not deliver the same quality at size as a plasma television. For use in major urban centers where space is at a premiun the Plasma truly is king.
LCD televison versus Plasma TV in the work placeLCD will retain there dominance on the desktop due to size requirements. LCD is currently the choice in corporate america and we see no reason this would change in the near future.
DLP televison versus Plasma TV in the work placeDLP delivers a great picture. DLP also uses much more space than a plasma flat panel. For this reason it is hard to imagine DLP will ever really challenge Plasma televisions for domminance of the work place.
Corporate CCTV and HDTV televisionsYou would think that all major companies will have switched over to Plasmas by the next decade. The picture quality and space saving capabilities of Plasma TV's is so far above the prior technology it is literaly forcing its way in to the security office. In order to be competetive todays corporations must stay current with industry standards, and that is exactly what Plasma televisions have become.
CCTV is manufacured by many different companies. Some make high quality products and many do not. Sensormatic is a manufacuterer of high quality CCTV equipment. To maximize the value of your CCTV equipment a HDTV monitor is best. The four most popular, and most beneficial to the consumer, types of HDTV television sets are:
1. Plasma Television - Flat Panel.
2. LCD Television - Flat Panel.
3. DLP Television - This is not a true flat panel TV.
4. Projector based HD systems - Front projection.
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