LCD or Plasma

garryfos

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I've no option but to locate a tv on a south facing wall with a strong possibility of sunlight falling onto the screen. Which type of TV would best be able to cope with this senario ?, LCD or Plasma.

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Garry
 
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I do know Bravias have a glare proof coating on them, whether or not it works is another thing. I wouldn't worry too much, its not like we see the sun too often anyway.
 

Andy Clough

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Plasma screens tend to have much more reflective (glass) screens, whereas LCDs such as my Sony Bravia 40in have a less-reflective matt screen, which is one of the reasons I chose it - I too had no choice but to place it in the corner of the living room next to the main window, which means I get fewer reflections on the screen during daytime viewing than on a plasma.

Not the most scientific reason for choosing a TV, perhaps, but it works for me!
 

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