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    yung plasma kasi may stripes na parang CRT tv... tsaka medyo madilim yan compared sa LED... maganda lang sa plasma mas mura

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix67 View Post
    Yung heat produced ng plasma...di ba mas mainit din eto than LEDs. So dadag load sa AC ng home theather room?!
    That too.

    All else being equal, I like the PQ of plasma displays. I just don't think it's worth the extra electricity consumption from both the plasma itself and the additional load on the A/C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    Plasma TV's have certainly become more efficient, but it's still nowhere near that of an LCD, much less an LED TV of the same size.

    Chart of the average power consumption of 2013 models for LCD, LED and Plasma TVs


    Source: LCD vs LED vs Plasma 2013: Electricity Cost

    All this means is that, you can watch twice or up to thrice as long on an LED TV compared to a Plasma TV for the same electricity cost. The operating cost should also be taken into consideration, not just the outright cost.

    almost triple na ang wattage ng plasma compared to led *50". no good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    almost triple na ang wattage ng plasma compared to led *50". no good.
    Exactly. If you have people at home the whole day, it's likely that the TV will be on for 4-8 hours a day. If you use a plasma TV under the same circumstances, it's like watching 12-24hrs on an LED TV!

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    Yung PQ ng samsung series 8 is very nice. I think comparable siya sa plasma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    Exactly. If you have people at home the whole day, it's likely that the TV will be on for 4-8 hours a day. If you use a plasma TV under the same circumstances, it's like watching 12-24hrs on an LED TV!

    un na nga sir very costly pa rin in terms of electricity consumption. maybe if they could produce an inverter type plasma tv. lol.

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    Plasmas are kinda like inverters already. Yun kasing nakikitang power consumption rating sa back label is the max power if all the pixels are lit. E hindi naman palagi naka on mga pixels ng plasma. Pag black yung scene, nakapatay yung pixels, so less power consumption. Unlike sa LCD, always on lahat ng pixels, may 'shutters' lang to cover the pixels sa mga black scenes. So kung ano yng nakalagay na power consumption sa label, yun na palagi.
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    with plasma, even HD video files with low video bit rate looks superb compared to LED or LCD imho.

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    VS LCD, yes, mas maganda ang plasma. But not with the new generation amoled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix67 View Post
    VS LCD, yes, mas maganda ang plasma. But not with the new generation amoled.
    Amoled works more like Plasma. Each pixel is an individual light source. That is why PQ is better.

    Unlike LED LCD whare there is a unified backlight.

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