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J35J wrote:It was already touched on but Plasmas will glare if you have windows in the tv room
StlSluggers wrote:J35J wrote:It was already touched on but Plasmas will glare if you have windows in the tv room
That's not necessarily true. I have a plasma LG with their ClearFilter technology on it. It's a panel between you and the actual screen that diffuses glare. I have mine set up in my vaulted great room that faces the sunniest side of the house. I have never had glare issues with it. It's even next to a window.
Two things no one's mentioned about Plasmas that I mentioned to you privately, Ryn:
Even a basic plasma will have a significantly better contrast ratio than the top end LCDs.
Plasmas put off a ton of heat. In a small room, you will notice the difference.
In the end, I'd say the best thing you can do when picking out a set is to get as many inputs as possible - and make sure one is a computer monitor hookup. Big plus there.
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