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plasma TV help

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by ricks1, Feb 23, 2008.

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  1. ricks1

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    is there anyone here that knows anything about a Panasonic plasma TV rick
     
  2. birdogs

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    I would like to know if plasma in superior to LCD - and why.
     
  3. MTA Tom

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    There's a vast amount of audio-video information on the AVS Forum.
     
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    The Panasonic PZ line of plasma are excellent sets. In terms of picture quality, I would rate them slightly lower than the Pioneer Elite, and equal to the standard-line Pioneer sets. We have installed many of the Panasonic sets without any issues.
    PG
     
  5. ricks1

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    thanks for info tom birdogs i fyou look at them from the side you can view a plasma at 170 degrees LCD is blury at 70o what my problem is it wont turn on i think i did something with the remote but i dont know the store kids said to bring it back that is ok but if its something simple [like me] i didnt want to load it up [100lbs] amd tie down[42in] rick
     
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    Rick,
    Can you turn on from front switch? These sets have a removable power cord, it could have pulled from the socket on back of set.
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    I researched wide-screen TVs and decided on the Panasonic HD Plasma basically for two reasons: picture quality and anti glare from angles. Have been happy with everything about it except its electical consumption; seems to be much higher.

    Cliff
     
  8. ricks1

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    tom put me over to the AVS site there is a post about MY problem looks like i am heading back to Best Buy old fowler how long have you had yours? rick
     
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    reply to tom the site has several posts on that TV took mine back to Best Buy and requseted the floor one got it and the temp on the screen is 200% less the site you helped with is a 1000 thanks rick
     
  10. MTA Tom

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    You're welcome, Rick.

    The AVS Forum is to audio-video what this one is to trapshooting.
     
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    got another one today this one is not as hot and has been on floor for a while still got same warrenty the site you listed has 6 or 7 that has the same problem thanks tom rick
     
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