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Dlp Or Plasma? Help!

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by usman24, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. usman24

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    I am upgrading from my Hitachi 42pd5200 plasma [only good with daylight scenes]. I have been looking at a panasonic 42pv500 and the current 42" pioneer xde range. Panasonic has good blacks,contrast, shadow detail etc. Pioneer has nice smooth image but grey blacks.

    Has anyone owned a plasma prior to a rear pro dlp set and found the dlp to have better picture quality?

    1] please list any picture artifacts such green dots in dark areas, false contouring [colour banding] in smoke or solid blocks of colour or any kind of background noise [pixelation]

    Please let me know which set is best out of tosh or samsung?
     
  2. Razor

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    Usman :hiya:

    Samsung is the better set out of the Tosh/Samsung. This question has been asked so many times as well as DLP vs Plasma.

    Of course you are not going to get an unbiased reply from this section of the forums. :rolleyes:

    DLP in IMO gives the better picture. Do a search with in the DLP section for plasma vs dlp and see what comes up. I am sure you will have loads of info to go from this search.

    Good luck :thumbsup:
     

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