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Have Plasma scree had there day?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by swin70, Dec 26, 2004.

  1. swin70

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    Bump - because plasma people feel there being under represented!
     
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    There is not a projector in existence which is as as bright as a plasma. At least not as far as I have seen.

    The problem with projection (front or rear) is that it needs to be run in dark conditions.

    Certainly not any good for daytime viewing and normal television.
     
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    You need to see a DLP rear pro. WOrks pretty flawless thy in the bright flouresant lights or the high street stores such as Comet. Most of the disadvantages of a rear pro screen have gone - i.e. view angle is good, brigtness/contrast is goo, no large cabinet under the screen and depth is minimal. Ok, so you won't be able to hang it on the wall, but there no deaper than standard AV equipment, so if you have an AV rack of some discription there will only protude into the room the same depth.
     

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