[opendtv] Re: News: Nielsen Gives Fuzzy Picture of HDTV Penetration

That would definitely be better than the other way around.  I use LCDs and
CRTs for computers, and prefer the former, but I most often use the latter.
For watching TV, I prefer direct view CRTs, and agree with you that LCDs
(and, to a lesser extent, plasma displays) aren't ready for prime time.

 

John Willkie

 

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Enviado el: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 2:25 PM
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Asunto: [opendtv] Re: News: Nielsen Gives Fuzzy Picture of HDTV Penetration

 

No, there aren't any reddish or blueish LCD artifacts on a CRT display. And,
the brightness doesn't change when you stand up either.

~the Cliff who waits patiently for the LCD to be perfected for Television.

John Willkie wrote: 

But, when you look at the RCA off-axis, do you still get those LCD color
artifacts (I'm using an LCD as I write this; reddish to the right, bluish to
the left).

 

John Willkie

 

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