Is it true that plasma TVs are less reliable than LCDs?
Due to the fact that (as far as I have heard) Plasma TVs work with some kind of a gas that provides the image on the screen. After about five years, Plasma TVs break down, cease to work, and cannot be repaired. Is that true? Is it worth buying a plasma TV at all? Are LCD TVs really more reliable?
Answer by Kent
plasma tv's do have less longevity than LCD tv's. It's due to the bulb (?) inside that has a shorter lifespan and needs to be replaced more often. So while you can replace that part, it's costly and you'll have to do it more often than with an LCD tv.
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