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 Do Plasma TVs use more electricity than LCD TVs?

Answer 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.
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