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1TV plasma feminine
- The most expensive of the new sets was the 50-inch NEC plasma TV, costing £4,130, including installation.
- I worry a bit about the plasma TV screen in the bar.
- Inside every mobo there's a plasma TV just itching to break out.
- The plasma TV has become a symbol of our current prosperity.
- Rachael said it has still got three smaller rooms, with a sports room boasting a plasma TV.
- Talking of nightmares, this shelf unit for my new 42-in plasma TV has got me at my wits' end.
- The standard of bedrooms is particularly high in Brooks, and some of the new rooms even have plasma TV in bedroom and bathroom.
- In a brightly lit room, however, an LCD TV can actually look better than a good plasma TV.
- The only recourse I had was fiddling with the antenna (plasma TVs are too thin to pound).
- LCD has a higher native resolution than plasma TVs of the same size.
- Unlike the pixels found in plasma TVs, LCD monitors create color by blocking out the appropriate wavelengths from white light.
- The first home plasma TVs were $15 - 20,000.
- Multiple big-screen plasma TVs provide sight lines from all parts of the bar.
- Plasma TVs are also slimmer (only a few inches thick) which makes them much more flexible.
- He is said to have then upgraded to working from his bedroom, offering cheap plasma televisions to customers via a fake website company.
- Once a week, my friend Barney and I position ourselves in front of his abnormally large plasma television shortly before 9 p. m.
- He remained passionate about rugby and cricket and enjoyed watching sport on his 42-in plasma television screen.
- The raiders caused thousands of pounds worth of damage before stealing electrical items including plasma televisions and hi-fi equipment.
- Inside was an extremely comfortable looking king-sized bed, and a plasma television.
- And unlike conventional television models, there are no scan lines on plasma televisions, so the picture is much sharper.