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Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by grs, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. grs

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    Hello my auntie is getting a panny 42" plasma do not know what model it is,she ask my me for some help, now i am asking you,
    1.Are all plasmas high -def.
    2.Do all the leads come with it.
    3.If not what do i need.
    4.Any other advice would be great thanks....
     
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    1. No
    2. No.
    3. depends on what you are connecting and how you want to connect
    4. Lower the brightness and contrast for the first 200 hours to prevent image retention.

    Bascially you need to supply more information to get better answers ;)
     
  3. Steve_P

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    No disrespect to your Auntie but if she is getting a Panasonic plasma then I would guess she is getting the TH-42PE30 (aka Viera) and not the 42" PW6 as the former is a plasma TV (hence Auntie friendly) and the latter is a plasma display panel (aimed more at technophiles).

    Agree with the post above in terms of answers to your specific questions.

    S.
     
  4. grs

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    Thanks for your help dudes, she is getting delivered tonight i will get more info then..
     

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