What Is The Difference Between LCD Panel Types?

- Jun 21, 2018 -

LCD panels and liquid crystal displays have a very close relationship. The LCD panel's output, pros and cons and many other factors are related to the LCD monitor's own quality, price and market trends. For the player's most valued response time, color, viewing angle, contrast and other parameters, it often depends on a LCD panel. It can be seen from the LCD panel can basically see the performance and quality of this LCD monitor.

However, many consumers only have a general understanding of the LCD panel. If you ask more carefully, I am afraid that only LCD enthusiasts can understand it. The common liquid crystal panels on the market today are mainly TN, IPS, PLS, MVA and IPS. The quality of a liquid crystal display first depends on its panel, because the quality of the panel directly affects the viewing effect of the screen, and the liquid crystal display panel accounts for more than half of the total cost, which is the main factor affecting the cost of the liquid crystal display, so To choose a good LCD monitor, first select its panel.

The change of LCD panel is most concerned by consumers, and this change also allows consumers to experience the strong invasion of high-end technology of liquid crystal display. However, with the increasing number of types of LCD panels, the near-perfect modifiers of various manufacturers make consumers unable to make any purchases. What is the difference between these LCD panels? How much do you know about them? Today we will spread the knowledge of panel types for you.

Wide angle of view within the panel

IPS panel: The advantage of the IPS panel is its high viewing angle, fast response, and accurate color reproduction. It is a high-end product in LCD panels. The panel technology enhances the dynamic display effect of the display, and can obtain better picture quality when watching sports events, action movies, and other fast-moving programs. When you look at the screen carefully, if you see the fish scale-like pixels pointing to the left, plus a hard screen, then you can determine the IPS panel.

IPS panel liquid crystal molecular pixel structure

The PLS panel: The viewing angle of the IPS display that is currently advertised as a professional screen can reach 178 degrees. According to SMD, the newly developed SuperPLS screen has significantly improved its viewing angle and doubled compared to IPS. Not only is the perspective significantly improved, the brightness of the new LCD screen is increased by 10% compared to IPS; since the expensive components such as the polarizing plate are not required, the production cost of the LCD screen is also reduced by 15%.

PLS panel liquid crystal molecular pixel structure

MVA panel: MVA panel is a type of panel with high-end liquid crystal applications. It belongs to a wide viewing angle panel. MVA is the use of protrusions to make the liquid crystal is not the traditional vertical, but rather to a certain angle when the liquid crystal is stationary; when the voltage is applied to the liquid crystal molecules to change the level to allow the backlight to pass through it is faster, this can significantly reduce the display time , also because the protrusion changes the liquid crystal within 20ms. Molecular alignment, so that the perspective of the broader perspective. The increase in viewing angle can reach 160 degrees or more.

MVA panel liquid crystal molecular pixel structure

TN panel: In addition to the relatively low cost, the TN panel also has a faster response time, which can be seen only from the performance parameters: Many TN panel LCDs can achieve numerical values after accelerated grayscale. 2ms or even 1ms, this is a very important indicator for game enthusiasts. The advantage of this TN panel cannot be replaced for the time being.

Currently, mainstream LCD monitors on the market use a wide variety of LCD panels, and the design and function of these panels are very different, reflecting the trajectory of the development of the display industry. The combination of different panels creates a display with different strengths and advantages, and differentiated expressiveness gives consumers more choices.

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