Plasma TV buying guide

What to look for when buying a plasma television

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Don't wait forever!

Buying a flat panel television is a big step. As an expensive technology, it is hard to be confident that what you are buying is the best you can get for the price you are paying. As such, it is tempting to wait for the next innovation before you take the plunge. Unfortunately, it is not possible to get the best television ever made. For every television on the market, there is a better television just around the corner. The companies behind plasma technology are constantly improving it, making screens that cost less and look better than anything you are about to buy.

You are better off looking at what you need, what you can afford, the environment it will live in, and future-proofing your purchase as much as possible and then join the legions of plasma owners. Otherwise, you will be waiting forever!

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Dave Jansen

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