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Thread: New TV Plasma, LCD, DLP or FPTV?
03-20-2009 07:48 AM #37
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03-20-2009 07:53 AM #38Supporting Founder
I have 47" crt RPTV, 57" Samsung 1080p DLP and 32"Sharp Aquos LCD already. Id like to try plasma.
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03-20-2009 08:13 AM #39
Power consumption is still a bit high, but heat is a non issue. Also half life is good and burn in is moot if you take care of it.
When I had my Sony RPLCD, I never noticed the gray blacks, but now they really stand out to me. Even when I watch my father in laws 3 year old Sammy plasma.
The 2009 Panny plasmas look pretty good, have to wonder if its the last year.Dish Network / Top 200 / 2 H(1 HWS) / 1 J
03-20-2009 08:14 AM #40
The major stores do injustice to all types of the above tv's. They are poorly placed like someone mentioned above. Also they have the feed split out to all of the tv's, which degrades the picture quality. Some of the LCD's you can't even see the picture properly due to the viewing angle.
Some of the units aren't even labeled with the info were looking. I was looking for a TV with 1000000:1 ratio and the first one I saw was not truely that, and was 20000:1.
Very confusing and the school buys in the television departments don't know anything about the product they are selling. So you walk out with the same unanswered questions.
I have a JVC DLP although I like the picture quality this TV is too expensive to operate I am having to change bulbs approx. every 9 months @ about $200 a pop. The first one I replaced was from a store on the internet, although is was about $35 bucks cheaper that buying from JVC the bulb did not come with the housing. Also, in the the manual it clearly says not to connect the TV to a computer.
I want to get a Plasma over an LCD, but am fearing I am going to have glare problems with all the windows in the living room and kitchen. Especially, in the afternoon when the sunlight is going through the window.If you are a Scouser, please leave this forum now, as it is too intelligent for you.
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03-20-2009 08:18 AM #41
My living room is rectangular shaped, with one of the long walls being mostly windows. The Panny faces a short wall (windows are to its right) and I dont have an issue during the day (no curtains). Some have a better anti glare screen than others. Im also used to plasma, for a newbie it may seem weird at first. If your tv faces windows, plasma may not be for you unless you have a dark curtain.Dish Network / Top 200 / 2 H(1 HWS) / 1 J
03-20-2009 08:18 AM #42