Plasma Screen Televisions and Magnetic Fields

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Are plasma screen televisions affected by magnetic fields?

Plasma Screen Televisions and Magnetic Fields

Plasma screen televisions allow greater flexibility in the construction of home theater systems. A CRT display uses an electron beam to produce a picture, and is therefore sensitive to the magnetic fields produced by speakers and computing equipment. The image produced by a CRT can be distorted if it is placed too close to speakers or computers. Plasma screen televisions do not rely on electron beams to produce pictures, and can therefore be placed near to speakers without loosing image quality. This way, you can create a home theatre area in a very small space, without sacrificing your viewing enjoyment.



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