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    ash4640

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      Posted: 2005-07-12 04:57



    I had seen some sites and came to know that the life of a plasma Tv is approx 30,000 hours so thats equal to some 5years if you watch 16hrs per day...thats pretty bad compared to normal tvs....So what is the next best thing to a plasma tv.....
    What is a LCD display, how is it different from a plasma and whats its life

    For a normal flat tv My criteria : size - 29 inch or above,  with wega engine, 700-800$.



       


    gkaz

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    From: Glendale, Arizona

      Posted: 2005-07-12 19:55


      ash4640
      Welcome. If you go to www.cnet.com click on televisions and then HDTV WORLD then Flat or Fat you will find a discussion of the different types of TV's. You can also get ratings of new TV's. Hope this helps. 


       
    jttar
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    From: Chicago,IL, USA

      Posted: 2005-07-12 23:42

    ash4640,

    Greetings and welcome. LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display and uses a replaceable bulb to light the pixels of the display. One of the nice features of LCD is after the bulb is replaced the display is like new. Also, there is no concern of burn-in as in plasma.

    Joe  


         
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