Originally Posted by looong4
LCD'* do not need bulb replacement,
I've replaced way too many in laptop screens to even think about believing this. Technically they are florescent lamps, not bulbs, so in that aspect you are correct. All LCD'* screens require backlighting.
I've been doing some reading and stand corrected; I find it funny though that a Circuit City person was the one who told me back not long after they first came out.
More on Plasma : At high altitudes some tend to make noticable noice from the 'pixels getting switched on & off. The higher pressure at lower altitudes helps keep the screen glass from vibrating.
Keep in mind that true HDTV resolution canít be found in plasma TVs smaller than 50 inches. Plasma'* just don't have the pixel count,1920x1080 interlaced (1080i), and 1280x720 progressive (720p), to display true HD content and this is why many widescreen ED sets look better when watching DVD'*: their native resolution is almost an exact fit.
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