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Old 10-15-2010   #1
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Power consumption varies greatly with picture content, with bright scenes drawing significantly more power than darker ones - this is also true of CRTs. Typical power consumption is 400 watts for a 50-inch screen. 200 to 310 watts for a 50-inch display when set to cinema mode. Most screens are set to 'shop' mode by default, which draws at least twice the power of a 'home' setting of less extreme brightness.

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At one time I had hooked up a Watt-meter to my home theater Monster power conditioner (powered all my A/V equipment)... and my Home Theater goodness only cost me about 6 cents an hour in electricity (700 watts max: RPTV, amp, conditioner, PS3, ... the cheapest part of the home movie experience.
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