are 40" plus lcd tv,s any good

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  1. MURPHYJL

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    Hello

    Couple of quick questions for you. I,m not over fussy when it comes to my tv
    but i do like a good solid viewing experience with any noticeable flaws.

    1. i own a 32" 100hrz sony tv. Will a 40" or greater have better picture quality(generally)

    2. how much do you have to spend to get 40" lcd which will have a good picture.(when i say good mean i will not take it home and notice flaws)

    3. generally which is better lcd or plasma for everyday viewing

    4. how much would a good 40" cost.

    thanks for any help
     
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    Both technologies have pros &cons.Generally plasma's are better for SD watching.LCD's are better on HD and must for pc use because of higher resolution.Also HD gaming prefers LCD because there is a burn in fear about plasma's.So it depends on the use!!!A good plasma 40"-42" cost around 600£-700£.A good LCD 40" around 900£-1.000£
     
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    i use a 42 plasma Panasonic PX60 for the 360 and have done since launch and never had any hint of image burn in. Its not a reality any more with the new panels. Pioneer still seem to be having some issues but the panasonics and especially the new PX70 which can be had for about 800 quid is a belter i cant see why anybody would buy anything else!
     

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