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post #31 of 37
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Originally Posted by mr. wally View Post

go to the thread. both the pulsing issue and the cyan inaccuracy isn't noticed by the majority of owners. those that see the pulsing usually return the sets and their replacements also pulse, so one would think it's present on all the sets but for whatever reasons it doesn't bother many people.

i think you're overstating the issue.

yeah, I've been following the Elite thread too, seems you have to really look hard for source material that reveals these issues, and the pulsing seems to not happen on most sets in THX mode. If you don't look for trouble you don't find it and just enjoy one of the two best sets around.
post #32 of 37
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Originally Posted by mr. wally View Post

well i was on the thread this week and read about the last dozen pages. the creasing issue appears to be eliminated from all the sets but the 65" and some said it will sometimes disappear on its own. blooming and some banding are still there.

not knocking the set, just trying to help someone make a decision with as much info as they can get.

Crease do not "appears to be eliminated" but it is definitely eliminated from all sets including the 65". It appears some people got crease-paranoid.

Regarding blooming it is unavoidable in locally dimmed sets. Elite does not have it apparently due to a trick they never switch off the LEDs completelym but this is likely contributing to pulsating.

Banding is typically minimal so not to much to see unless somebody's beloved TV program is constant grey level (and there are quite many fans of it on the avsforum ).

There is also DSE which is met practically in all LCD sets and is quite much varying from set to set.

In the end, for the time being there are no ideal LCD sets, one has to be prepared for some compromises.
post #33 of 37
It's a shame Sony didn't figure out a way to make the 65" HX929 reasonably priced, the way the 55HX929 is. They'd probably move >a lot< of them.
post #34 of 37
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Originally Posted by irkuck View Post

Crease do not "appears to be eliminated" but it is definitely eliminated from all sets including the 65". It appears some people got crease-paranoid.

Regarding blooming it is unavoidable in locally dimmed sets. Elite does not have it apparently due to a trick they never switch off the LEDs completelym but this is likely contributing to pulsating.

Banding is typically minimal so not to much to see unless somebody's beloved TV program is constant grey level (and there are quite many fans of it on the avsforum ).

There is also DSE which is met practically in all LCD sets and is quite much varying from set to set.

In the end, for the time being there are no ideal LCD sets, one has to be prepared for some compromises.

yeah some of these issues are intrinsic to lcds, although they've seem to have risen to new, better pq sets with this years models. when owners say these sets are as good or better than their kuros, i listen.

i don't need a set right now, so i will wait a couple of years to see if this oled thing pans out.
post #35 of 37
How come nobody talks about the Panasonic Professional displays like the TH-65VX300U?

http://www.panasonic.com/business/pl...H-65VX300U.asp
post #36 of 37
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Originally Posted by drcruz View Post

How come nobody talks about the Panasonic Professional displays like the TH-65VX300U?

http://www.panasonic.com/business/pl...H-65VX300U.asp

....because years ago we figured out that the Panasonic professional displays had identical image quality to the consumer HDTVs, fewer features, higher power consumption, and much higher pricing. As do the professional displays from HP, Samsung, LG, and Sharp.

Basicly these displays are intended for advertising kiosks, airport terminals, etc.
post #37 of 37
Panasonic VT30 hands down the best plus you can get it for under $3K
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