"Geesh s2milkey" While I'm a bit new to the real big screen sceen, I'm not real new to the board sceen. When I saw the "paint roller" mention I had't heard of it before so I did a search of the board and saw how long ago it was mentioned (long before the Sharp 847U set was introduced) and, quite frankle, a technique apparently used befor it was mentioned even in the post I saw from 2010. Now seeing that you have been posting since 2006 and that you have a Kuro which I understand has a very stong group of followers that still cling to even the older models, you would know all of that. And of course if you had actually read the post regarding the screen shots you commented on, you would have know they related to a cset already identified as defective and that was already being replaced immediately by the seller upon seeing the pictures. And if you had would have read the piant roller comments and rebuttals you would have noticed that they were from mostly newbies who had heard of the technique and were asking about it and other posters commented.
So after excising all of that, and assuming that you can read and realize that this board relates to owners of the Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE847U & LC-70LE847U, it almost appears that maybe, "Oh Noooooooo" (courtesy of SNL's MR. Bill), your post is simply just a foolish attempt by another owner of an aging Kuro trying to make a weak attempt to poke fun at an owner of a Sharp 847 series and, once again justify clinging to his Kuuuuroooo. As far as your comment purportedly from cNet, I went back to cNet and I did not find a test of a 60 or 70 inch 847 series Sharp or even a current 800 series of anything over a 60" size so where your comment comes from I don't know, but anyway what exactly was the motive for you comment?. And as far as your "I also worry about proper 1080/24 film source performance" comment, please don't worry Sooooooo much. Get a good nights sleep, the sun will still come up tomorrow and the world of "film source performance" will survive. Hallelujah!
Edited by bmwpc - 12/6/12 at 11:56am