Originally Posted by videobruce
Doesn't that kinda rule it out as a computer display?? Explain. Are you saying there is a large difference between the VGA and the DVI input regarding a PC display? How bright is bright? You already need sunglasses with the JVC as it is (stretching it a bit).
1024x768 VGA does not do 1:1 pixel mapping which is obvious with 1280x720 native resolution. The texts are hence interpolated and look worse on VGA. And you don't get whole screen image with it, instead you get thickness from those damn two side bars like with SD broadcast.
With DVI you get slightly less lines and pixels per line (in my case 666x1184) but it is the whole screen image. May be the overscan can be fixed using service menu but it's just pennies. No time to play with this....The small texts are much more readable with DVI. Nevertheless honestly to use TV as PC monitor to do programming work the 1080p is a minimum, though I do that with this one too.
And you can watch 16:9 movies on it using PC DVD without much difference compared to external DVD player.
CA are very well compensated over the 80-90% of the screen. It's 1/3-1/2 pixels everywhere except upper left corner where they are 3/4-1 pixel. 1/3 pixel "CA" (kind of CA of course) is what any plasma TV gives us.
I did not think before that TV set is too bright and after using TV for a month confirm that again. We all will see Sony 006 soon and decide.