This new techology will be vastly cheaper. Also, a 100 inch
plasma would weigh 100's of lbs and double as a space heater.
Whether Sony likes it or not, customers will vote them out of the
market, if this new technology pans out.
David Robbins K1TTT wrote:
> Didn't sony just announce something like a 100" diagonal plasma set?
> Available by Christmas this year or some such, doesn't sound like they are
> getting out of it.
> David Robbins K1TTT
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>> Subject: Re: [RFI] Plasma TV's to be obsolete within 2 years
>> At 03:48 PM 04/29/2006, you wrote:
>> >Mitsubishi has announced a laser/DLP technology that
>> >is (according to the hype) supposed to obsolete plasma
>> >TV within 2 years. Just wanted to give some hope to
>> >the many hams plagued with plasma QRM.
>> >Rick N6RK
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>> Oh, Fabrijous Day! May it be so!
>> (...and I hope the new laser/DLP doesn't come with IT'S own QRN
>> like some exotic power supply...<sigh>
>> Funny thing is, consumers are finally begining to wake up to the fact
>> that, once again, they've been oop-dupa-duped by the plasma jobs...seems
>> the average life of these power/savings account hogs is very short. I
>> hear them cussing out the plasma TV display line in the TV shops as they
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