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    hi guys,
    it is bit off the topic but in a way related
    i want to buy 32" sony Brevia lcd tv which i thick is the best in the market
    but i heard from some one that the life of lcd tvs are short and pron to damage the screen easily...!
    can any knowlegible guy can throw more knowledge on this please
    with any suggestions.....?

    thanks and waiting

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    NO ONE YET TO GIVE ANY IDEA....

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaroonn
    NO ONE YET TO GIVE ANY IDEA....
    You would be get more ideas if you talk on receivers
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaroonn
    NO ONE YET TO GIVE ANY IDEA....

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    Dear friend, why not... Very amazing ... Take care… Bye.

    Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaroonn
    hi guys,
    it is bit off the topic but in a way related
    i want to buy 32" sony Brevia lcd tv which i thick is the best in the market
    but i heard from some one that the life of lcd tvs are short and pron to damage the screen easily...!
    can any knowlegible guy can throw more knowledge on this please
    with any suggestions.....?

    thanks and waiting
    Dear friend, you have wrong information about screen damage. Lcd TV’s are excellent and outstanding picture quality… Take care… Bye.

    Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.

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    specially Sony Bravia is a realy piece of art, i wonder they have allmost beaten the quality of Plasma in the price of LCD.

    You can go for it, my vote is YES for Sony Bravia.

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    Hello Friend,

    Sony Bravia works well on HDTV but normal TV viewing its like other brands of LCD TV's. Infact the LCD itself is made by Samsung Korea and not by SONY themselves.

    I would rather put my money on LG as they are good quality conscious organization and make good LCD's compared with a Samsung made for Sony LCD TV. There is no doubt about SONY quality but on normal TV viewing it is as good as other brand infact some say others are better than Sony Bravia.

    Anyways tell the sales guy to show you how it works on normal sat receivers or television viewing i mean digital or DVB and not HDTV DVD during buying and then ask him to play the same channel on a LG or Samsung or some other brand of LCD TV this will help you make the right choice.

    Cheers !

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    and both has to have the same settings....
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    Dear friends, The S Series is the latest offering from the Sony Bravia line of high-performance and sleek styling LCD TVs. This 46" LCD panel features the latest in Sony’s unique S-PVA technology, which delivers vivid and accurate colors along with wide viewing angles and a blazing 8ms response time. Other features such as PC input allow the user to connect a PC for viewing content in a 16:9 high resolution environment. And with integrated HDTV capabilities, you can enjoy digital programming with enhanced audio and video reproduction. It also offers an elegant flat panel design to place anywhere in your home. Take care… Bye.

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    most of all it has HDMi input

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    Few days back i read an article which was from Panasonic and they say for normal home viewing a Plasma is better than a LCD TV since the contrast ratio is higher compared with an LCD and the viewing angle is also much better. Personally i was also planning an LCD TV but now i am seriously thinking on Plasma after reading this article. Infact they had written down every detail of how both work and the life span is also the same i.e. around 60,000 HRS which is 20 years with 8 hrs of viewing every day minimum. Some of my myths were cleared by this article. This was in the local new papers so i can't really post a copy here sorry about that.
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    I'm watching my sat. tv on my computer monitor- a 19'inch LG1940p - has a 3 year warranty, maximum( and standard) resolution- 1280*1024. I have it for around six months now, can't complain

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    Dear friend, Sony 42" Plasma Monitor: 852 x 480 Resolution 16:9 panel. Digital Video Input (DVI-D HDCP): The DVI input function offers a high picture quality when used with a DVI-equipped PC.

    Ultra-high panel brightness and contrast (10,000:1 contrast ratio). Ideal for television, HD content or PC signals. Long panel life (60,000 hours to half brightness) Lower power consumption at only 260W

    Full Screen Saver Functions including Auto Dimmer function and on/off timer
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    Displays Standard Definition and High Definition Formats Including 1080/60i, 720/60P, 1080/24Psf, and 480/60p Video. Take care… Bye.

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