I have heard quite a few sources say that. I was very surprised to hear that considering the cost of a plasma. I was also shocked to hear of the picture degredation after the first year or so. It made me wonder why anyone would spend that kind of money on one.berkeman said:Wow, I just came across this thread in a dirtbike forum that I frequent:
I had no idea that plasma TVs could have burn-in problems. Sounds best to avoid them and stick with LCD or projection.
There are manny differences, but now, the best in domain is the LED TV.
Ya, I know that...very attractive, isn't it?My Samsung laptop has a LED screen which uses the same tech as LED TVs and it looks fantastic. Colors are much more vibrant and vivid, and the screen is crazy bright (I usually keep it at 50% brightness). The extra battery life is a big plus too.
I've heard there have been some issues with their LED TVs though. While the picture is suppose to be fantastic I guess there are some problems with the viewing angles.
After I managed to blink, I had a walk around it and again was truly amazed. The size!! Although I know LED TVs are Ultra Thin, again, I don’t believe you can really appreciate how big a difference there is until you see one in.Which part? The fact that they look fantastic and bright and sharp, or the fact that they have poor viewing angles?