Home theater enthusiasts looking for a big picture and HD resolution have several ways they can go. You can opt for a LCD HDTV, plasma HDTV or a projector. The Projector route usually requires more space and bother than many are willing to go through leaving plasma and LCD HDTVs.
There are more LCD TVs on the market currently than there are plasma's making the LCD the more popular item. However many feel that you get better image quality from a plasma TV than you get from an LCD TV. I have found plasma's typically offer brighter picture, deeper blacks and just look better overall than LCD TVs in similar price ranges.
If you are looking for a plasma HDTV for yourself or someone on your holiday shopping list the 60-inch PioneerKURO PDP-6020FD is a great option. The TV offers full 1080p image quality, thinner case design, four HDMI 1.3 inputs, and Pioneer promises five times the contrast of previous generation plasma displays. All of these features team up to provide you with one of the best pictures you will find in a large plasma TV.
The 60-inch Pioneer KURO HDTV is perfect for any home theater fan looking for a big screen with deep blacks and a bright picture.
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