I've used my KRP-500m at 50/60 contrast as a computer monitor for the last 1.5 years. I average about 5-6 hours a day.
I got some IR of the Warcraft 3 HUD (when I turned the Orbiter off completely), but it went away once I varied my...
Originally Posted by Lord Humongous
The ****** little sensor on a modern consumer camera will only capture a lot of noise unless you use a flashlight thats the strength of a nuclear bomb. Your "effective" megapixel rating is much...
Originally Posted by David_B
I've read back to the begining of December in this thread, and think you've underestimated 1 thing that could make OLED a dominant display tech.
That's true that OLEDs will be very light,...
Originally Posted by JukeBox360
I'm not trying to "convince" anyone. It's just an opinion. Nothing more. Same as you.
It's too bad you are a minority in your opinion. When we talk about visuals and picture quality, the opinion...
Originally Posted by prepress
I probably fall somewhere between the serious videophile and joe average (six-pack?) on these things, so take this for what it's worth.
I think there is a sweet spot in audio/video components...
Originally Posted by olyteddy
OK, I don't own a Kuro but I have to ask. With over 400 replies in this thread, is this a major flaw with the 'Mighty Kuro' or is it just that there are so many of them out there and they're starting...
Originally Posted by gmarceau
Interestingly, on Sony's webpage for their new OLED studio monitors, black levels are quoted with comparisons between lcd, crt, and oled. Sony lists their lcd monitors mll at .1 cd/m2, crt monitors...
Originally Posted by xrox
I think we discussed this before but I remember seeing a presentation years ago when flat panels (LCD/PDP) were taking over CRT on how the flat panel sales/growth were being driven by...