Originally Posted by LowellG
"Harmed", somehow videophiles have been "harmed" by the design of a TV. Why move on when this is more enlightening. I didn't realize how much damage could happen to me from a TV design.
Your reading skills need work. My phrase was "harmed the experience". No humans (or animals) were actually harmed -- nor did I state they were.
Again I will ask, what's your company and all the "videophiles" in here. It looks like you all have a corner on the market for a successful company. There are so many experts and so much wasted talent. How has Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, Mitsubishi, LG, Sharp....... all survived without consulting all the "videophiles" in this thread.
The market doesn't cater to videophiles, as we are constantly reminded. What's odd is that a model like the VT50 is targeted at videophiles and you have the product designer yammering about how the metal strip is necessary to attract attention and yet virtually unnoticeable. This is a voice of the company speaking (not officially, but still).
Do any of you actually enjoy what you have, or do you just set there all ADD and OCD over your products flaws?
Again, I have no clue why you are on this forum. This forum is all about obsessing over what we have and what we're going to buy.
I too come here to learn, but talk about blowing things out of proportion. It's a shiny bezel, not the end of the earth.
I must have missed the posts that conflate the bezel with Armageddon.
Originally Posted by RedOctober205
Simply factual? Proof?
I don't have to prove basic facts of physics any more than I have to prove gravity. I suggest you place me on your ignore list; I've already stated that it's reflective. It is, in fact, reflective.
In the next thread, we can debate the existence of gravity.