Originally Posted by PrimeTime
Are you including tax and shipping? That's another $100-200.
Do you want a wall mount? That's another $200.
Do you want a BluRay? That's another $200.
Do you want...
Originally Posted by Bazzy
Kuro gave the Plasma Industry "The Jewel In The Crown" and was the reference by which all others were judged - that is a fact. It allowed the Plasma industry to regain valuable ground in the market...
Originally Posted by Yahwey
The smartest thing in the world for Pioneer to do is to get out of the money losing plasma business.
Plasma is a dying and flawed technology, not much else can be done to improve it.
Originally Posted by lightforce18
Which model? A950?
No. It is the LN32A550. I have space constraints in my bedroom and could no larger than 32". It is a decent set but kind of a let down when I start watching a program on...
Originally Posted by Bob Pariseau
Raise your glass me boy, and remember the Pioneer plasma displays!
Tis a time of mourning Please lower the flags to half...
Originally Posted by plmn
Actually, Vizio has produced several plasmas that were competitive in their price range. Their 32" plasma was arguably the best TV of that size in terms of PQ.
Sorry but, you're wrong.
Originally Posted by faterikcartman
While Panny may very well buy the patents to keep someone else from using them, I will not be holding my breath for them to change technology and use Pioneer's. Maybe some day, but I doubt...
Originally Posted by Joedelf
"There were several reasons behind the decision, Ms. Newsome said. Plasma sets simply don't show as well in big box...