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Plasma TV's has a really rich, warm colors and deep blacks. It provides you with comfortable viewing angles that allow you to seat almost everywhere around the TV.

LCD TV'S are preferred in sizes less than 42 inches, and for users with lots of daylight viewing. If you're looking for ways to save energy. LCD TVs often consume less power than plasma models of the same size.

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