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 Does watching a plasma HDTV in a normal vs. dark lit room make a big difference?

Answer Hey guys - lay off Tex. She give honest and good advice - even if we disagree with some of it.Now:"The plasma blacks looked grey, and the image was very 'foggy'/unclear"Ok - televisions are set to ... Read More »
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I have a samsung le37r88bd, the picture quality is good when watching hdtv but rubbish when watching normal tv?

There's not much you can do when watching standard definition on a HDTV. It will always be a bit grainy. SD is 480 lines of resolution. HD is 720 or 1080. There's no way to increase SD. You can try... Read More »
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The Difference Between HDTV & Plasma TV?

HDTV, as a broadcast medium, feeds televisions like plasma sets, all of which are HD-ready. HD sets can take an input signal from HD sources, such as terrestrial, satellite and cable sources. Pla... Read More »
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What is the difference between HDTV& plasma televisions?

HDTV and plasma TV are two popular terms in the electronics world today, as more people are looking to upgrade from their old TVs. The difference between the two terms is that while one refers to a... Read More »
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46 in LCD HDTV or a 50 in Plasma HDTV. Same price. Which is a better choice?

Even though Plasma HDTVs have a great picture at first, after a while the picture starts to dim and they have to be "re-gassed" by a qualified technician which costs around $350 and up according to... Read More »
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