What's the best tech for HDTV? Plasma, LED, LCD?
In the end, it all comes down to price, where you want the television to be in a room and how many seats the room will have. Even if they have improved it can still be difficult to view certain LCD TVs from off-angle positions. Plasmas can suffer from light glare if there is an opened curtain or a nearby lamp. LED TVs consume less power than LCD TVs and have a higher color contrast but can suffer from occasional flickering from the backlight. No technology is perfect.
Figure out what size you'd like to go for (don't go smaller than 42-inches if you go Plasma) and what price you're willing to spend and then go from there; there are tons of reviews online to look through if you find a model that fits your specifications. Also, be sure to calibrate whatever TV you wind up with. TweakTV, www.tweaktv.com/, is a great place to start for that. Finally, factor in warranty in case something goes wrong with the TV; you never want to be stuck with a TV that you need to put more money into early into its life cycle.
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LCD = So sharp and crisp + high Brightness + long life time + more expensive price
Plasma = for cinema movies and long staying on TV
LCD = for computer and sharp detail and games
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