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Hi all,


I need advice. I need to purchase a TV (bigger than 55"). This TV is going to be mounted in a conference room at work.


It will be used mainly for webinars and powerpoint presentations. It will be connected via a VGA cable (the computer doesn't have HDMI).


It will need a good viewing angle as a lot of people will have to see it. I am open to different choices on budget, but preferrably under $2500.


Should I be looking at Plasma, LED, or LCD?


I figured I should ask the experts before I make any big decisions.


Thanks!
 

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If it is on all the time - go with a LCD. If it is used mainly for graphics (slides) presentations I'd go LCD. IF the use is mixed the best picture and viewing angle will be plasma.
 

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LCD will have viewing angle issues, plasma will not. Plasma will want a darker room, LCD will not. You can't win. But any decent plasma when calibrated for a light room will do better than a LCD being viewed off-angle. You can count on that.
 

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Usually I see Panasonic buisness plasma displays in conference rooms (the ones with no speakers/tuners/etc.). Not sure why? Good viewing angles and reliability I would guess.
 
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