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Should I get a plasma?

GregHill3

Standard Member
Hello,

I've been deliberating for too long now, and really need a new TV. Should I get a plasma? It seems al the dealers I speak to except at Richer Sounds say I should get a V20 or VT20, but reading the forum, it appears like they are fraught with issues - Issues that the AV dealers I have spoken to are not aware of?

I don't want to end up regretting my purchase. The wife and kids do leave the sky on pause for ages and along with all the other issues, I do not want IR.

Am I worrying too much, or should I go LCD for now until these issues are resolved? RS suggested LG LE478900.

Thanks
 

tarche2

Standard Member
Hello,

I've been deliberating for too long now, and really need a new TV. Should I get a plasma? It seems al the dealers I speak to except at Richer Sounds say I should get a V20 or VT20, but reading the forum, it appears like they are fraught with issues - Issues that the AV dealers I have spoken to are not aware of?

I don't want to end up regretting my purchase. The wife and kids do leave the sky on pause for ages and along with all the other issues, I do not want IR.

Am I worrying too much, or should I go LCD for now until these issues are resolved? RS suggested LG LE478900.

Thanks

If you going to leave on pause etc. Get LCD. Plasma will burn in if you leave for long periods of time. If you are going to enforce no pausing with out switching tv off or changing source then go plasma as quality is better.
 

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