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Will Flat Screen TVs Kill Of Projection TVs Soon?
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Here is something interesting. Right now, the price difference between projection TVs and the two flat screen formats, are heavily in favor of the projections TVs. In this article here, the writer states that by 2011 the demise of the projection screen will be pretty much complete.

Does anyone have a copy of both, or have had both? What, other than the size, does one have over the other?
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I have a 42 inch plasma, despite its width, it takes up little space. I have it hooked up through my stereo system, the sound and video are awesome.
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John L Wrote:Here is something interesting. Right now, the price difference between projection TVs and the two flat screen formats, are heavily in favor of the projections TVs. In this article here, the writer states that by 2011 the demise of the projection screen will be pretty much complete.

Does anyone have a copy of both, or have had both? What, other than the size, does one have over the other?
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Saw more than twenty years ago a huge Panasonic TV, I'd say about 100 inches. So big, that they made the display concave to avoid reflexions. Was no projection TV from either side, Plasma and LCD were no invented yet. Picture wasn't that good, the Russian norm SECAM wasn't better than NTSC, and HD wasn't around yet either. Still wonder what technology that has been.
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An actual 100 inch tube? It must have weighed 500 pounds! Biggest one I can remember seeing, and moving, was 35 inches. And weighed so much it was a two person move!
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