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01-24-2013 10:07:07

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As long a we're on tv's. I have been considering getting a different one also. Ads have Plasma, Led, and LCD. What exactly is the differences in them? Most manufacturers have all 3 types. I will be on just local channels with it.

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01-25-2013 09:33:48

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to MSD, 01-24-2013 10:07:07  
As in My earlier post, Lcd and Plasma are Liquid Based background Lit, As LED's are the very best Technology, as of this Time... such as Tail lites are mad of these days, AND supposedly NEEEver wear/Burn out, Its LED for Me! Larry

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01-24-2013 11:44:32

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to MSD, 01-24-2013 10:07:07  
My son is an Apple technician, and he stays informed about most of this stuff. He told me the other day that plasma is on its way out. LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display, I don't understand how it works but it does. LED stands for Light Emitting Diode, which is what all these flashlights have in them now. Son said the LED is the better type now. LEDs use less electricity. I know that some will disagree, but that is the way any conversation goes. Just passing on what I have been told.

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01-25-2013 06:41:25

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to ShadetreeRet, 01-24-2013 11:44:32  
LED Tvs ARE LCD tvs. The difference in nomenclature is to differentiate between the backlight source. A LCD tv has a florescent bulb for the backlight, while and LED uses LED's for the backlight.

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01-24-2013 10:59:37

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 Re: OT another tv question in reply to MSD, 01-24-2013 10:07:07  
I'm a fan of plasma, only because I have one and I love it. LCD use to have major pixelization issues, but that has been mostly sorted out. It's still there , but barely ever noticable. You have to be caseful not to burn a plasma, but it takes some effort to burn a brand name screen, so non issue. At this point I would buy on price and brand. I wanted Panasonic, but didn't want to risk pixelizing, so I bought a plasma. Samsung, Sony, and Sharp are also good brands that offer LED/LCD. As another said, don't go too big if your only going to be watching local stuff with it. If your going to be watching DVD/Blu-Ray the majority of the time, the quality will be there, so bigger is okay.

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