coolbreeze said: Plasma will always be superior to LCD, no matter how you slice it.
Plasma is superior to LED because? A. It costs 3-4 times as much in electricity cost. or B. Plasma can get screen burn-in when used as a computer monitor (or so I understand). or C. Other?
Anyone can throw out blanket statements like "~~Plasma will always be superior to LCD, no matter how you slice it." (btw, this is LED) But, the valuable comments come from those who backup their statements.
Sk8terboy said: But, the valuable comments come from those who backup their statements.
(the attached image is the annual power consumption of the Panasonic C-P55VT60 55-Inch Plasma)
If you care at all about picture quality, you would buy a Panasonic plasma before they are gone for good. My Pioneer Kuro (Pioneer left the TV business in 2009) is still the reference set, but Panasonic is better.
Sk8terboy said: coolbreeze, thank you, great info ... thx for the links.
Will review them tomorrow before making a purchase decision. I believe you are serious - if so, you're welcome. My response was a bit strong...especially since I'm comparing a TV that's 4x the cost of this deal. I'm just the type to buy quality once, I guess.
figure I can hold my old 42-inch LCD for another year and guess what, it just died 15 minutes ago... Thank you, OP. in 4 one. Free shipping is gone so it's $401 with MasterPass. Still a great deal IMO.
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