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Cant decide which type of tv is better

My problem is that i cant decide between LED,LCD, or PLASMA. Money is obviously no object for me so i need the best tv possible.Someone help? :(

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  • charlesmurra May 22, 2009

    yeah but if LED wont be around long, what's coming next?

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LED is a couple years old and so far not many complaints but they won't be around long. Plasma is much more expensive to repair but a great picture. LCD 120hz 1080p is probably the way to go if money is no object. Stay with a brand name such as Samsung, Panasonic, Sharp, stay away from Polaroid, Ilo, Dell, Westinghouse, Olevia, these are brands that have very poor customer support and parts availability. I am in the service industry and I see it everyday. Happy shopping...

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