You just can't end it can you Mr. TT? It's beyond you isn't it? Unreal, utterly unreal.
As to your implication that I was incorrect in Tom Norton not bringing up the cyan bug in his review, I will quote Mr. Norton in his review of the Elite so that readers can see that once again, you are playing with words (I'd use another word to describe your insinuation, but I won't) and he indeed did NOT bring it up:
"While the PRO-60X5FD’s post-calibration color was for the most part vibrant and in some cases stunning, on some (but not all) familiar mid-low to low-brightness scenes, fleshtones were a bit more reddish than I’m used to seeing. I turned down the color control, which helped, although the right setting of this control varied between discs. Yellows and golds were vivid, but at least in my preferred mode—movie (THX)—they were only subtly more so than on competing sets. I expected a more dramatic difference, but since the calibrated movie (THX) mode produced both a very accurate gray scale and color gamut, I shouldn’t have been surprised
. Other modes, such as Elite pure out of the box, produced more exaggerated (but not cartoonish) golds and yellows."
Oh, and Mr. TT, Tom Norton said this in his comparison of the Elite to the most respected display ever, the Pioneer Kuro: "I noticed a subtle green shift in some dark images on the Pioneer—a shift I couldn’t account for in the measurements. The dark Jotunheim scenes in Thor showed this consistently, while they were a more neutral gray on the Elite. I ultimately came to prefer the color from the Elite, but only marginally. I’d still like to see a bit less of a rosy glow in dimly lit faces
And finally the killer quote that drives guys like TT up the wall "Is the Elite PRO-60X5FD the new all-time flat-panel champ? I’d have to say yes, by a nose
Since nobody brought up Tom's VT50 review (oh wait, this is a SHARP ELITE OWNERS THREAD!), I didn't see anyone going 'psycho'.
Happy Trolling TT.Edited by Ken Ross - 8/3/12 at 7:20pm