The better LCDs have displays that allow you to sit farther to the side, instead of being locked directly in front of the screen for best viewing angle without color brightness dimming or shifting.
The reason is that LCDs fade over time and newer models containing the latest technology only cost about $150 new and will continue to fall as other model lines are introduced.
LCDs use to be cheaper than Plasmas when HD technology first arrived on the scene, but now, a reason to get an LCD is if you plan on placing in a large room with lots of light.
Because LCD technology has changed so much in the past couple of years and prices for LCDs were so high to begin with, the investment in used models may not be a good idea.
Additionally, it has been shown that these lenses may also adversely react with liquid crystal displays, or LCDs, found in the dashboards of some cars.
There might an expert in plasmas and an expert in LCDs or mounting it to the wall, which means their product knowledge is top-notch.
In fact, some users prefer CRTs to LCDs because images on CRTs do not appear pixilated in the same way that they do on a LCDs.
One advantage over plasmas is that if you want a TV that's 32 inches or smaller, you'll find those sizes mainly contain LCDs.
These LCDs are also found in other places, like the digital screens that are common to automatic teller (bank) machines.
LEDs look good with lots of light, Plasmas look exceptional in low light and LCDs look good in a mid-amount of light.