Originally Posted by Auditor55
Also, plasma has poor whites
Speaking of stunning misinformation, I see you're still repeating this piece of tripe. Neither plasma nor LCD produces a more "true" white. Both are equally capable of producing D65 white. LCD is capable of producing slightly brighter D65 whites than is plasma, but to say that this makes LCD's whites real is fallacious on some major levels. "Real" daytime snow whites (which LCD is oft quoted as being able to "accurately" reproduce) are in the vicinity of multiple tens of thousands of lux. No plasma or LCD can come close to that, and within that context the difference between the whites of the two display techs is insignificant. Ironically, at mid-day during a typical overcast day, you're looking at 10,000-25,000 lux when you're looking at those "dirty" grey clouds, yet that white is far brighter and whiter than the white produced by the brightest LCD (admittedly, it may or may not be qualitatively similar).
Our perception of white (in terms of brightness) is an incredibly relative thing, an no display tech is "better" at reproducing whites than another. Of course each tech has environments in which they achieve their peak performance, but that's another story all together (and another that is highly propagandized as well). Unfortunately, I doubt this is the last of the "dirty plasma white" nonsense, as it will most likely continue to be parroted by those seeking to advance an agenda rather than objectively discuss display tech qualities.