What type of TV do you prefer for High Definition?
OK plasma tecnology is more chiper, LCD is enoupth old and LED tecnology is the new one... I dont want to mention 3D tecnology...
I can deside what type is the best. I also like the TV with internet.
Can you help me?
Plasma is falling out of favour. That is because they tend to use more power than an LCD screen and newer LCD screens are very good quality now.
You can tell if a TV is newer design because it will be quite thin.
You should look for a set that is 240hz and 1080 lines. And look carefully at demo units to see if lettering is sharp. Store units are not always tuned as well as they could be so you have to look carefully.
It depends on how you enjoy your TVs. A lot of TV sets are now not just HD, it is becoming more and more internet enabled (smartTV). LED type is the most favorable due to power consumption but brand wise, I got no preference.
3D programming is way far out there, only for movies right now. What I have is Samsung. But if you're not in the hurry to buy, I suggest to wait. The top of the line today will be half the price in more than a year.
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