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post #51 of 62
I made the choice of going with plasma, it heats our front room need something to get rid of all the heat it gives off but couldn't justify paying the price for LED, also plasma can suffer more with image burn i think? Stuff like the MTV logos on music channels etc i haven't seen any image burn on mine and had it a good 2 years now (LG)
    
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I own two LCD TV's. Vizio, and Sony. And two Plasma TV's both panasonic.

I can tell you right now, that my Plasmas are the clear favorite.

Screen: Plasma
Make: Panasonic
Model: P50G25
Size: 50 Inch
Price: Well I payed $829.99
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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
Do you own a plasma or have you ever own one?
it only occurs when console gaming otherwise it isn't an issue. It can be corre3cted but for Average Joe, it'll be an annoyance. Temporary IR can still be a problem for console gaming on plasmas. Movie watching etc.. isn't a problem.
post #54 of 62
Plasma has better viewing angles and more fluid motion, but you need to be able to control the lighting in the room.

LED and LCD can be used in bright rooms with no light control, but can have motion blur and limited viewing angles.

If you're looking for a home theater tv, plasma is the way to go. If you're looking for a bedroom tv, LED or LCD is the way to go.
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LED and LCD can be used in bright rooms with no light control, but can have motion blur and limited viewing angles.
My LCD has 178 degree viewing angle and I have never had any problems with motion blur. (By the way my LCD is the the monitor in my sigrig)
    
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andrews, it's not so much the total viewing angle, it's more the viewing angle allows with minimal colour distortion.
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andrews, it's not so much the total viewing angle, it's more the viewing angle allows with minimal colour distortion.
I only start to get colour distortion when I am looking directly down on it. I can't explain it properly so I will post a picture because 1 picture can speak a thousand words. Let me just charge my phone
    
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This is the only angle when I start to see distortion and who is going to watch TV from that angle anyway, and sorry about the mess I haven't had time to clean today.


    
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Originally Posted by andrews2547 View Post
This is the only angle when I start to see distortion and who is going to watch TV from that angle anyway, and sorry about the mess I haven't had time to clean today.

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Thats because its an LG, with IPS panel. This panel type has better viewing angles, and color accuracy, however way too bad black levels, gradients, and higher response time.
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Thats because its an LG, with IPS panel. This panel type has better viewing angles, and color accuracy, however way too bad black levels, gradients, and higher response time.
I will admit that compared to plasma (and I have never really seen anything black on a LED before so I can't compare) the blacks on my TV aren't the best compared to plasma, and as for the response time 2ms is really good. Most ordinary LCD PC monitors aren't that low, most of the ones that I have seen are 5-8ms(but that's for low end cheap monitors). I still know that plasma is has better blacks and have the fastest response times out of any other flat panel screens out there including current OLED screens.
    
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