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Old 07-14-2005, 07:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What is them difference!? LCD, Plasma?

Which is better?
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http://www.flattvpeople.com/tutorials/lcd-vs-plasma.asp

THat should answer all of your questions

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Just like everything else it depends on how you are going to be using them.
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Hah hah, thankyou!

Lovely site! .... i've learnt a lot off that!

Could you help me out with a rear view projecter TV set?
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Also in wattage how much do these use up?
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Plasma is by far better, but they are way to expensive, and I think the smallest plasma screen I have ever seen was 42", so...
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Could you help me out with a rear view projecter TV set?
What do you want to know?

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Also in wattage how much do these use up?
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Plasma is by far better, but they are way to expensive, and I think the smallest plasma screen I have ever seen was 42", so...
They also have a shorter life span. I think as of now LCD is the better way to go until they improve more on Plasma.
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Default Yeah okay!

I think now!

LCD's whip Plasma's

Better Life spin, no burning!

However more expensive!

What a rear view projection, like? .... how do they work?

And in wattage how much do they use up? ..... I am asking these as i'd like to learn more on display units.

Do PLASMA's lose half the brightness after 3 years? like that site that guy posted?
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I think now!

LCD's whip Plasma's

Better Life spin, no burning!

However more expensive!

What a rear view projection, like? .... how do they work?

And in wattage how much do they use up? ..... I am asking these as i'd like to learn more on display units.

Do PLASMA's lose half the brightness after 3 years? like that site that guy posted?
I have heard they don't last long...but they kill LCD in clarity and viewing angles.

if you want to know more about projection tvs check out this site...http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/projection-tv.htm

Its a great site to learn about all kinds of stuff.
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I like that site too.
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Plasma is by far better
No, LCD's are better, MUCH better quality, and plasma's begin to die after 10000 hours.. I myself have a 42" Sony LCD, and i choose LCD over plasma.
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