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Old 05-12-2006, 20:19   #16
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I still haven't figured out if this thread is relating to home or boat option's.
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Old 16-12-2006, 16:18   #17

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Plasma vs LCD

My brother in law, an electronics trouble shooter for the Brick, says that plasma is a brief passing fad, like the 8 track. It costs more to fix than replace . It operates at cutting torch temperatures.
Skip the plasma. It will give you nothing but headaches. Stick to LCD.

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Ahoy Delmarrey, have had a 42" HD plasma in the saloon for 4 years and no problems. However LCD's are now available in large sizes w/reasonable prices. Definately run cooler and less power needed. Check out Lower prices on computers, laptops, mp3 players, motherboards, computer parts and electronics - They have good sites w/tech info as well as a bunch of wholesale dealers. Fair Winds, Sundown Skipper

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