Whats better a Plasma TV or a HDTV?

@achyuta (2853)
United States
December 29, 2006 12:57pm CST
Please give me your reasons. I have heard that it has something to do with television stations requiring to change their format to Digital in the coming years. I dont udnerstand this very well yet. Appreciate your contribution in this.
5 responses
@manu224 (1143)
• Italy
30 Dec 06
it marks them television that is now is analogic, but for a year they are changing the emitters in digital them,consequently us a digital receiver wants them in order to capture marks them. The better television is the HDTV, the television to the Plasma is from avoiding because every 3 years it goes loaded the plasma
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@achyuta (2853)
• United States
30 Dec 06
Thank you for the right explanation. So are there nay merits of plasma TV over the HDTV?
• India
29 Dec 06
Lcd all the way, plasmas go bad after a couple of years, that's why you have the option of getting the extended service.where as LCD dosen't. I have had my 15" FRONTECH LCD for my computer and is on all the time i've had it for 2 mounth and no problems, whereas my friend's plasma(LG) has broken down quite a bit in that time . you won't notice any difference in the picture quality either.
• India
29 Dec 06
its for PC.
@achyuta (2853)
• United States
30 Dec 06
Thank you for your response. Yes, I have also heard from bad reviews on plasma TV. but one good thing is the big screen and surround sound facility.
• Romania
29 Dec 06
plasma tv is better then a hdtv...that one could use in big rooms , have a great resolution and clarity
@msqtech (15226)
• United States
9 Jan 07
plasma wears out faster than lcd or crt which both can be hdtv
@msqtech (15226)
• United States
9 Jan 07
Lcd Hdtv is better than Plasma
@arlerambabu (1080)
• India
30 Dec 06
Flat-panel displays are the future of television - whether consumers like them or not is another matter. HDTV, digital convergence, and high-resolution DVD will all have contributed to making CRT TVs obsolete within two years. That's not the case yet, but it is on the way. And if you're tempted to acquire a flat-panel TV, you will need to deal with another issue: the choice between two technologies that are complementary yet very different from one another: plasma and LCD. Remember both require a change in the format