Originally Posted by rogo
Uniformity is not an inherent flaw; it's about doing the manufacturing well.
I would argue that non-uniformities are inherent in any pixel based display type including plasma. However, PDP to my eye, has always been solidly better than LC in this regard to the point where I do not detect it with the visible eye.
On the other hand I would consider visible mura the strongest and most offensive in LC based displays and is only enhanced due to the viewing angle problems. There are so many causes for mura in LC displays I don't see the problem ever being solved.
I warned AVS many years ago that OLED could possibly suffer a similar problem of visible mura but without the strong viewing angle dependancy. Seems that compensation correction is possible with OLED.