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Require 32" or Bigger TV for Reception Area in a Clinic

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Good day Everyone,

I am currently out of the loop when it comes to LCD's, LED's and Plasma TV's since 2007. What I would require is a TV of a minimum size of 32 inches that will be used in the reception area of a Clinic.

This means it will be on for extended period of time. Also I would need for it to support wall mounting or via brackets.

Are Plasma's still doing burn in's for when they are left on a static image for a duration of time? Do LCD's still have that lighting half life once they are past a certain number of hours.

Thank you for your input.

Regards,
Malbojia
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I would buy the cheapest set i could find 40" LCD ( LCD = less power and heat ) and let it run till it dies and then repeat. Who cares about PQ you just need a bright display. Leave it on 24 - 7 and you'll probably get a little longer life out of it. Heating up and cooling off is the killer in electronics.
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