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Ok as we all know the PDP business is dying every year. I have personally watched less and less plasma tvs appearing in stores over the years. Since this display tech is on its way out (probably gone within 3 years), what are us videophiles supposed to buy in the future?

LCD's just look plain terrible period compared to plasma. When plasma goes away what are we gonna do? I refuse to pay for inferior PQ. SO are we gonna be stuck with LCD's to buy? If so, then I will buy the very best last plasma and keep it until something beats it.
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OLED maybe
a 5 year wait though.

for something over 50"
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Why does one have to "buy" anything new? Aren't the old sets holding up at all? I'm looking at an eight-year-old Pioneer. If it makes it to twenty years, it's still here. Keep a backlight on and the blacks look black enough for me.

But anyways....Other alternatives might include (1) Watch less television (a good thing), and/or (2) Acquire a life.
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Ok as we all know the PDP business is dying every year.
We? As in the LCD Section?


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I have personally watched less and less plasma tvs appearing in stores over the years.
Because LCDs are easier to sell and they make larger profit margins on em. Aside from Pioneer, the manufacturers that have exited the Plasma business actually did the technology a favor (Sony, Philips, Vizio, Gateway, Daewoo, HP, Toshiba, etc) and left us with generally good quality TVs that perform much better.


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Since this display tech is on its way out (probably gone within 3 years), what are us videophiles supposed to buy in the future?
It's not on it's way out. Samsung officially stated that they plan to make Plasma TVs for at least the next ten years, and both Panasonic and Samsung have invested billions of dollars on new Plasma manufacturing plants. Plasma market share has also increased last year. It ain't goin nowhere anytime soon


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LCD's just look plain terrible period compared to plasma. When plasma goes away what are we gonna do? I refuse to pay for inferior PQ. SO are we gonna be stuck with LCD's to buy? If so, then I will buy the very best last plasma and keep it until something beats it.
If Plasmas were to suddenly disappear, i could get used to a nice local dimming backlit LCD of some sort. They're still WAY WAY better than the Tube TVs we've all watched from the 50's to the 2000's.

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We? As in the LCD Section?


Because LCDs are easier to sell and they make larger profit margins on em. Aside from Pioneer, the manufacturers that have exited the Plasma business actually did the technology a favor (Sony, Philips, Vizio, Gateway, Daewoo, HP, Toshiba, etc) and left us with generally good quality TVs that perform much better.


It's not on it's way out. Samsung officially stated that they plan to make Plasma TVs for at least the next ten years, and both Panasonic and Samsung have invested billions of dollars on new Plasma manufacturing plants. Plasma market share has also increased last year. It ain't goin nowhere anytime soon


If Plasmas were to suddenly disappear, i could get used to a nice local dimming backlit LCD of some sort. They're still WAY WAY better than the Tube TVs we've all watched from the 50's to the 2000's.

I was wondering how long it would take for you to show up for this thread.


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Ok as we all know the PDP business is dying every year. I have personally watched less and less plasma tvs appearing in stores over the years. Since this display tech is on its way out (probably gone within 3 years), what are us videophiles supposed to buy in the future?

LCD's just look plain terrible period compared to plasma. When plasma goes away what are we gonna do? I refuse to pay for inferior PQ. SO are we gonna be stuck with LCD's to buy? If so, then I will buy the very best last plasma and keep it until something beats it.
How do you know it's on the way out? Last time I was in a bestbuy about half of the panels on display were plasma, although might vary from store to store...
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I'd like to add one thing. All LCD's do not look like complete crap compared to plasmas. I own the Samsung un55b8500 and this local dimming LCD set has deeper blacks than every plasma and is about tied with the 9g elite kuro. It also doesn't have the blooming problem many local dimming sets have. Really the only downside of the b8500 is the bad viewing angles which depending how your TV room is set up can be avoided. The shadow detail is also slightly below average but you won't even notice that because the rest of the picture details will be so damn good. This set has an insane amount of pop and depth to the image and colors are so transparent and crystal clear and vibrant. 30,000+:1 ANSI contrast ratio. It's an amazing set. So don't sit there and say LCD is complete trash compared to plasma because LCD sets can be done right and the un55b8500 is honestly about equal to the 9g elite kuro maybe losing by a very very very tiny margin.
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I'd like to add one thing. All LCD's do not look like complete crap compared to plasmas. I own the Samsung un55b8500 and this local dimming LCD set has deeper blacks than every plasma and is about tied with the 9g elite kuro. It also doesn't have the blooming problem many local dimming sets have. Really the only downside of the b8500 is the bad viewing angles which depending how your TV room is set up can be avoided. The shadow detail is also slightly below average but you won't even notice that because the rest of the picture details will be so damn good. This set has an insane amount of pop and depth to the image and colors are so transparent and crystal clear and vibrant. 30,000+:1 ANSI contrast ratio. It's an amazing set. So don't sit there and say LCD is complete trash compared to plasma because LCD sets can be done right and the un55b8500 is honestly about equal to the 9g elite kuro maybe losing by a very very very tiny margin.
Isnt that TV over 5k?......yea....anyways.....sorry but thats not really a PRACTICAL suggestion.
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My personal feeling is plasma will die, the same time LED will Die. They will both be wiped out at the same time, by a new technoligy.

Pros and Cons to each, but lets face it, more pros with plasma and more cons with LED. Plasma seems to be gaining ground again.
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Rogo is away from keyboard throwing his plasma into a landfill, since the technology is doomed. Also, in other news, the Mayans predict the end of the world for next year.

There is no difference in HDMI cables. If you can see the picture without visible dropouts or sparklies, the cable is working at 100%. No other cable will display a better version of that picture. You're simply wrong if you think there is a better digital cable than one that is already working. (Oh, and plasma didn't die because of logistics problems, nor does OLED ship in big boxes because it comes from Korea.)
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Ok as we all know the PDP business is dying every year.

PDP---20% Y/Y growth.

http://www.displaysearch.com/cps/rde...are_surges.asp

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I would go to OLED for sure. In fact if they were cheaper and bigger today i would by one now. I'm a plasma fan but after seeing a OLED working, it convinced me immediatly.
Maybe in 3 or 5 years we can see in stores OLED tv's 65 Inches at a price of a plasma..i hope...
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Ok as we all know the PDP business is dying every year. I have personally watched less and less plasma tvs appearing in stores over the years. Since this display tech is on its way out (probably gone within 3 years), what are us videophiles supposed to buy in the future?

Please explain to the rest of the class why you think Plasma is on it's way out. Especially since Samsung, who's primary focus is LCD, is still committed to Plasma "for at least the next ten years". Exactly why would you say it's on it's way out??

And i don't see how you can refer to yourself as a videophile when you've said the KRP-500M is "terrible" aside from black levels.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...4#post20339404

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I'd like to add one thing. All LCD's do not look like complete crap compared to plasmas. I own the Samsung un55b8500 and this local dimming LCD set has deeper blacks than every plasma and is about tied with the 9g elite kuro. It also doesn't have the blooming problem many local dimming sets have. Really the only downside of the b8500 is the bad viewing angles which depending how your TV room is set up can be avoided. The shadow detail is also slightly below average but you won't even notice that because the rest of the picture details will be so damn good. This set has an insane amount of pop and depth to the image and colors are so transparent and crystal clear and vibrant. 30,000+:1 ANSI contrast ratio. It's an amazing set. So don't sit there and say LCD is complete trash compared to plasma because LCD sets can be done right and the un55b8500 is honestly about equal to the 9g elite kuro maybe losing by a very very very tiny margin.


Have you ever owned a Kuro?



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plasma out sold led last year in 2010.
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Have you ever owned a Kuro?

Mailiang I'm not defending him but perhaps you should go look at some reviews of the Samsung B8500....its crazy good. Very comparable to a Kuro which is why the price is so high brand new even 2 years later unless you buy on Ebay or used.
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Mailiang I'm not defending him but perhaps you should go look at some reviews of the Samsung B8500....its crazy good. Very comparable to a Kuro which is why the price is so high brand new even 2 years later unless you buy on Ebay or used.

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Mailiang I'm not defending him but perhaps you should go look at some reviews of the Samsung B8500....its crazy good. Very comparable to a Kuro which is why the price is so high brand new even 2 years later unless you buy on Ebay or used.


I've seen it on display and it's pq is quite impressive. However It would be nice to see these sets compared side by side in a controlled lighting environment. Back in December, Home Theater Magazine compared a Panny VT25 to a Vizo XVT 553SV LCD and they were close, very close in over all black level performance and pq. So I'm not surprised when comparing the best of the best, and this Sammy is a very expensive set, that the differences are even more subtle. Lets face it, when you put out that kind of cash, for that size set, you should be impressed.


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They're still WAY WAY better than the Tube TVs we've all watched from the 50's to the 2000's.

...to the March 2011 for me ... just gave away our last tube to a young new family. I'll miss that 1999, 130#, 27" tube. (and before you ask, yes, I did help the 8month pregnant girl -- err, woman... and carried it to her SUV for her).

Sorry, making light of SUCH a serious concern as this. I should be ashamed of myself. I'm having de'javu of cassette tapes (sorry, a bit too young for 8-tracks).

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Ok as we all know the PDP business is dying every year. I have personally watched less and less plasma tvs appearing in stores over the years. Since this display tech is on its way out (probably gone within 3 years), what are us videophiles supposed to buy in the future?

LCD's just look plain terrible period compared to plasma. When plasma goes away what are we gonna do? I refuse to pay for inferior PQ. SO are we gonna be stuck with LCD's to buy? If so, then I will buy the very best last plasma and keep it until something beats it.


I'll worry about that when I'm actually in need of a new TV and if there are no plasmas to consider as an option. Like I always do, I'll set a budget and go after the best picture I can afford. The technology makes no difference to me but at this time for those in need, plasma is still a viable option and when and if plasma ceases to exist the current plasma sets will still work.
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Yes, it scared 20% growth into people last year! What next?!?!

There is no difference in HDMI cables. If you can see the picture without visible dropouts or sparklies, the cable is working at 100%. No other cable will display a better version of that picture. You're simply wrong if you think there is a better digital cable than one that is already working. (Oh, and plasma didn't die because of logistics problems, nor does OLED ship in big boxes because it comes from Korea.)
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Yes, he is the first ever person to post a sky is falling on plasma meme. First ever.
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There is no difference in HDMI cables. If you can see the picture without visible dropouts or sparklies, the cable is working at 100%. No other cable will display a better version of that picture. You're simply wrong if you think there is a better digital cable than one that is already working. (Oh, and plasma didn't die because of logistics problems, nor does OLED ship in big boxes because it comes from Korea.)
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236 posts in a month? Jesus.....

and not a single reply by him since he started this post. Something is "fishy".
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and not a single reply by him since he started this post. Something is "fishy".





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and not a single reply by him since he started this post. Something is "fishy".

The OP may have been banned yesterday or put on time-out after blowing up and attacking me and also attacking AVS in another thread.

In reading his post history i'm now virtually positive that the OP is the former XxHoosierdaddy who said he'd just gotten a warning for attacking me, then suddenly disappeared from the forum (most likely banned). His ending date is exactly the same date that the OP joined AVS. They both have the same writing style, same personality, same trolling type of topics and comments, same snide remarks about Panasonic, same anger about Panasonic black levels, same anger towards me, and both ultimately attacked me in the same manner before disappearing from the forum. Too much coincidence there.

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