RCA (Radio Corporation of America) came into existence in early 1900s. It is a multinational owned by a French person named Thomson SA. This company was primitively a radio company that further expanded into a gigantic electronics enterprise. RCA introduced the first electronic turntable in 1940. For years, RCA has manufactured vacuum tubes as well and this company has contributed a lot in the Second World War for the welfare of its people. In the mid 1900s they launched their first color TV.
Apart from this, RCA has had the privilege of being one of the rare computer companies in the late 1900s. Besides this, RCA also owns a massive Audio entertainment house. The RCA Television Company is just one of RCA's many subsidiary businesses. RCA excels in mass producing all sorts of electronics. Some of the items that lie under their electronics department are cables, voice recorders, camcorders, iPods, modern TVs, CD/DVD players, Stereo systems, kitchen utensils and digital clocks. Not to mention that their area of expertise are Internet radio.
Now let's get towards unleashing the RCA wonder. RCA Plasma TVs like all other plasma TVs exhibit true black colors. RCA TVs offer high contrast ratio, enhanced brightness features and decent color saturation. Moreover the flicker free display is another feather in its cap. These displaying features help in processing sharper images that makes the viewing experience even more pleasurable.
The RCA televisions have very wide viewing angles of measuring to be more than 170 degrees. And after knowing that RCA independently assembles Audio Systems, the stereo sound system of the Plasma does not require any sort of explanation- it speaks for itself! That is why Widescreen RCA Plasmas are ideal for being used as Home Theatres.
However because of its high electricity consumption they are not recommended for playing games on it like Play station and X-Box on it. Neither do they make good use in office due to their fragile nature. As I mentioned earlier they have amazing results, however they fail to retain those results on altitudes exceeding 6000 ft. If you are in need of a TV that you could use in your office as the monitor of your PC lying at the 200th floor of a building then Plasma is not for you.
Although RCA Plasma TVs cost a little more than the usual Plasma TVs but their variety of quality features outweighs its price issue.