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Which is better between plasma and LCD or even OLED/LED?

I am looking to buy a new tv for anything under £5000 but it has to be the absolute best quality, which type of tv is better and is there a specific tv that is THE best?

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Panasonics appear to be the best, along with Sony and Samsung. Stay away from Philips tv's along with the other obscure brands. Philips tv's seem to be built to last about a year or two and then go out, the most common problems being not turning on [typically on their plasmas.] Philips doesn't like to send parts to their service center. The off brand tv's don't usually have parts available. There is a reason for the low price. U get what U pay for. Philips has been the biggest ripoff due to their high prices for their short lasting tv sets.

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