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Old 06-05-2006, 02:18 PM   #1
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Default LCD TV - Response times

I am thinking about buying a new TV in about the 37 to 40 inch range.

But I am torn between getting a Plasma or an LCD.

Do the current generation of LCD TVs have response times fast enough to eliminate any concerns regarding drag, streaking, or distortion during fast action sequences ?

I have looked at some LCDs in the show rooms and some (particularily a Toshiba model I saw) have great resolution but I am wondering if this great resolution is going to be there during high speed events.

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Old 06-05-2006, 05:26 PM   #2
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I too have been looking into this, I found that plasmas have bigger screen sizes but lcs typically have larger resolutions (for the same price). Check out www.widescreengaming.com they are quite helpful
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It usually depends.
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You are best asking the people in the shop, or a specialist.
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avoid plasma at all costs, their refresh rates are appauling, fuzzy not sharp - still images induce tube damage more than lcd pixel damage and crt electron sheild damage, go for lcd.
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