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Can Plasma Televisions Work at High Altitudes? - Question of the Week

By November 24, 2013

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Although LCD and LED/LCD TVs are by far the most commonly type available, and the selection of Plasma TVs is dwindling due to Panasonic discontinuing its Plasma line (however LG and Samsung will continue), the truth is that a Plasma TV can typically provide better image quality and motion response than an LCD or LED/LCD TV, and Plasmas are priced lower when comparing equivalent screen sizes and features. However, if you do decide to go with the Plasma option, there are some things to take into consideration, including increased energy consumption, ambient room light levels, and the fact that Plasma TVs are typically only available in screen sizes 42-inches and larger.

In addition, there is another aspect of Plasma TVs that often times gets overlooked: use in high altitude environments. For more on this, read my article: Can Plasma Televisions Work at High Altitude? Also, be sure to check out my complete Plasma TV FAQs.

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