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 What is the difference between a led, lcd, and a plasma tv?

Answer A Simple answer: LED TVs use both back lighting and edge lighting. There are individual lighting to create better contrast and darks verse the LCD TVs. Which LCD's only use one. Plasma TVs use gas ... Read More »
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What is the difference between Plasma, Led and LCD tvs?

screw what that dude said. it does not depend on what you need. led is always better. picture is way clearer as it uses little crystal like pixels so colors can transmit much faster. therefore uppi... Read More »
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What is the difference between LCD TV and Plasma TV?

Plasma and LCD televisions look very similar to each other and produce images that are generally quite similar. The technology is significantly different although there are some elements that are ... Read More »
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What is the difference between lcd and led and plasma tv?

First of all, LCD and LED are used in the same TVs. It's just that the LCD screen is LED backlit. So the true name is LCD/LED-backlit TV. The LCD (liquid crystal display) uses tiny gel-like crystal... Read More »
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What is the difference between a HD, LCD or PLASMA tv?

TV size matters. 37" and smaller, all you need is an LCD. 40" and up, Plasma advantages kick in and you should consider Plasma (and especially at 50" and up).LCD( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liq... Read More »
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