Originally Posted by lipcrkr
Either this is a missprint, or the info from CES was wrong, or Vizio made some changes...take your pick. He says 120hz
, but doesn't mention that it's 240hz by way of a scanning backlight NOT MEMC
Or it's a mea culpa. Calling an 120Hz panel with backlight scanning "240Hz" fits into the same sort of dodgy specmanship that Philips used when they claimed their panels had a "2ms" response rate. It'd be nice to see the industry move away from that.
2000 LED's will probably show blooming. The Toshiba, from what i was told, is using far more
Zones, not LEDs, and the dimming algorithm, determine how bad blooming is. They could have 6,220,800 LEDs and still have blooming problems if the zones were too big.
You guys better hope he's wrong about the 77% color gamut. The 77% color gamut and 6ms sounds like a Chi Mei panel.
Sounds like a Chi Mei backlight. Panels don't have colour gamuts.
Chi Mei can make 55" panels though, but as far as I'm aware they're MVA not IPS.
I know it will be priced around 2K, but the specs on this panel are not very flattering.
Yeah, a 55" IPS LED-LCD with local dimming, motion interpolation, backlight strobing and HD media playback for $2k sounds like a terrible idea.
I'm curious as to what would be required in a TV for you to find it acceptable.