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What was your source for seds not ready for prime time til 2 ... Porziob
Well i have seen all of the upcoming 1080p plasmas and the s ... Rysa4
I checked out sony's latest dlp and many plasma models, incl ... Dawgbyte
I'm hoping that sony includes 1080p input on next years' sxr ... Northwoods_maine
Read about the delay on canon/toshiba's sed tv's on www.avsf ... Daltonlanny
The plasma bubble will burst. after having the display die 6 ... Mapleleafs3
Hi guys, not trying to stir up anything, but i have to agree ... Audio_girl
For those that like the sony sxrd, try to find the hp md6580 ... Reubent
Anyone noticed the pink tint on the sony sxrd besides me? Gobulls32
The sony sxrd locs rptv's: 1. won sound and visions product ... Audio_girl
I did. its cool we all have different opinions. no big deal. ... Rysa4
Rsya4, i whole-heartedly disagree with you about the only th ... Daltonlanny
I've heard many people say that hd on a crt is the best, but ... Drubin
Thanks for your reply dalton. you are welcome to disagree. b ... Rysa4
I have to agree with rysa4. as an owner of plasma (nec) and ... Semi
No, its not just black levels. again, the contrast ratio is ... Daltonlanny
Guys, i still have to say that imho, and to my eyes, my sony ... Audio_girl
Hey guys, check out randy tomlinson's review of the sony kds ... Audio_girl
Certainly an interesting discussion. plasma, lcd, and crt ar ... Rysa4
I work in the financial ind....sed: due to plummeting lcd, p ... Henryhk
Henry- you are exactly right. the price drop really makes it ... Rysa4
Sorry that i started such a disagreement by starting this th ... Daltonlanny
Again, MY eyes tell ME that SXRD is HEAD AND SHOULDERS above plasma.
Again, I have extensively compared all the plasmas including the $9000.00 Pioneer to the SXRD and to me the SXRD is simply more realistic looking to me and my eyes.
The skin tones on the SXRD DO LOOK more natural to ME as well.
To each his own, I guess.
Another thing that I do not like about plasma tv's is the horrendous screen glare/reflections when viewing them in a lighted environment. That was a real deal breaker for me.
If you can only enjoy a display in darkness or in near darkness without worrying about screen glare, its not for me.
My SXRD has no screen glare at all. Maybe some SSE, but not glare/reflections in the daytime, which is way more annoying to me.
Randy Tomlinson is not just a AVS Forum member, he is also a professional independent ISF calibrator in the Atlanta area at advancedtechservice.com.
I know a few people who had Randy calibrate their sets and they said he did an outstanding job on them.
They also said he went out of his way to adjust other things on their sets besides just a ISF calibration, such as focus, convergence, gamma, etc., etc.
One final thing:
In a display technology shootout in extremetech.com, Raymond Soneira did an extensive shootout between all the current technologies including CRT, plasma, lcd, DLP rptv, lcd rptv, and LoCS rptv, and found that LoCS was the overall superior display technology.
He also said that LoCS was the ONLY display device currently available that could do 4096 x 2160 resolution in prototype demonstrations by Sony and JVC.
You can keep prasing plasmas over and over, but my own personal opinion stands and is not swayed at all.
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Hey lanny, what are you apologizing for? this discussion is ... Drubin
I own an sxrd set (the qualia 70" rptv), so obviously, ... Larryi
Op- no need to apologize. actually i believe the discussion ... Rysa4
Larryi, what you are referring to is called sse (silk screen ... Semi
I don't think comparing tv's at a retailer is fair. the fact ... Stereo
Hello all, my impressions have changed somewhat. i admit, i ... Daltonlanny
All, i've investigate to no avail: sony's sxrd rptvs etc are ... Henryhk
Have had the sony for a few weeks. its so awesome. best i ha ... Mapleleafs3