What to look for when you cannot decide what to buy, LCD or Plasma? Well, the rules are simple. And here are what to look for.
LCD or Plasma? ---> LCD is gradually winning the battle, but it's cost the manufacturers a mint to implement. With such a stiff competition in the market, the prices for both types of flatscreen are plummeting. Bing Lee can always provide the best deal, but it's worth shopping around especially when there is a promotion.
HD-ready? Screens described as 'HD Ready' support either a 720p or 1080i signal, and must come with an HDMI port. Getting one of the few 1080p (True HD) TVs is worth it for future-proofness, especially if you are PS3 geared. Also it'll compatible with high-def broadcast and HD-DVD/BluRay
What's 24fps? Dude! That's Hollywood standard. 24fps stands for 24 frames per second, a mode which displays movies as they wewe originally shot, sat by Michael Bay or Stephen Spielberg. LOL
In short, if you are going to invest a one month salary into a true cinema ready TV, try to stick with
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