Originally Posted by ddisplay
I don't know what Gazelle has done to upset you so, but it looks like you and tonydeluce we saying he was wrong and calling him names when he now appears to be correct.
I based my "likelyhood of 1080p over HDMI" on certain items reported and
when it turrned out that the set was reporting 1920x1080i and not
1920x1080p I asserted that it was *unlikely* but I still don't rule it
I personally did not call Gazelle names. I said I don't believe anyone takes
him seriously. And the reason I don't believe people take him serious
is due to numerous posts where he makes blanket statements about one
technology being better than other, etc.
The fact is, each technology that continues in production offers
consumers something or it would not continue to ship in any volume.
The JVC D-ILA which he continus to talk about "buzz" on the street,
best picture at CES, most anticipated TV, etc. are bright TVs that
are great for certain types of content.
That content is *not* movies with dark content due to the poor
black levels and low constrast ratio. So far Sony is the only company
who has been able to offer LCOS without these limitations.