Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn
I will ask this, do you really care about 99 out of a hundred... does that mean anything ? These days 99 out of a hundred would say emenem is more talented than the beatles.
Pure black is a big big parameter in picture quality, it's like saying that I have a hell of a personality ,am sensitive and have a great sense of humor against that handsome guy at a club.My column has more things why would you want him sweetheart !?
Oh and I'm sure you know your premonition will occur sooner than later.
I agree 100% Art. You truly have to see it to enjoy to it's full potential.
The picture that a G90 stack throws is absolutely an unmatched piece of art. Top to bottom, I don't care how many foot lamberts a digital can do, 10 to 12 foot lamberts is MORE than enough light for a controlled room.
It's actually amazing to me how much of my movie watching involves deep rich black scenes that right now, only CRT can provide.
Yes, Tryg is right, 98 percent of people wouldn't have a clue as to what we speak of, but when you know, you see, and you appreciate, there is NO compromise.
At the same time though, I asked Tryg if he has ever actually seen a G90 stack and he has not. I think I'm going to have to fly him out when the room is done to get a first hand peek.
Maybe I could get him to bring the RS1 with him.
Me love oodles and oodles of on/off CR and true black. Right now, there is no substitute other than a good CRT with a good gamma bump.