Do LCD TVs use more electricity than Plasma TVs?

Answer The tube sets still use the most.

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Do Plasma TVs use more electricity than LCD TVs?

Yes, but only very slightly.A typical 37" plasma TV draws around 250 watts.A typical 37" LCD TV draws around 200 watts.By comparison, a typical 32" CRT (old-style tube) TV draws around 400 watts.

How much electricity goes a 50 inch plasma screen tv use?

Plasma screens are becoming more efficient as their designs are improved. Typically, a modern plasma screen will use in the region of 300W although the power drawn is dependent on the image up to a... Read More »

Are sony plasma TVs a good choice for first time buyers of plasma TVs?

Sony TV's have been around for a long time. If you are a first time buyer of a plasma TV Sony is a reputable company and would offer many excellent choices for you.

Are there any problems using appliances purchased for 120v 60Hz electricity on 120v 50Hz electricity?

A very important note There is no such thing as a 120 volt 50 Hz service! (But see >> Correction!