He even titled the pic "65 inch mirror" I didn't
Originally Posted by Elemental1
AH, Westa always tries to say his 500u had major problems but I can assure you that I have one with windows facing it all around and gee, it is not an issue even on bright days. Just like the other thread that a guy shows a nice 5070 in a very bright room and gee...no problem.
Edit: Also the guy posting about 'plasma issues' is just stirring the pot. We all know plasma has the least to worry about compared to LCD, LCoS etc...
. It appears the other pics I was referencing have been removed as i could not find them. If the owner titled his own Pic as a mirror how can I be accused of presenting a false or non-existant event? Most of those reflections and washout do not go away. How do I stand to benefit by lieing? I post my observations to establish awareness of the issue since the stores present them in a false manner it never replicates a normal home environment for viewing. I guess your asserting I'm a blind dumb f_ck that lacks eyes - sorry but I can see washout when the sun hits the panel and I can see the reflections in the PDP on the Panasonic - it's not imaginery - it's very real.
The Pioneer appears to do a better job of filtering and of course it doesn't have the dirty whites of the Panny either and has eye popping colors - I found the Panasonic a total disappointment so it got sold and others have done the same on this forum after getting them in their homes with similar viewing conditions.
I'd gladly purchase an FHD1 or a 6070 as I see them as the head of the class in affordable quality PDP's if my room could handle the impact of a southern exposure and having been an owner that could not stand it's impact and did not want a cave environment in my luxury home I chose an LCD. Enjoy the PDP if you have the surroundings to match it's strengths but many PDP fans will be in total denial of these factors and provide misinformation on how they are impacted to new or unrealizing members here. I didn't make up that interview with the VP of Panny where he even admitted it earlier this year - so I guess PDP owners on this Forum know better than the VP of Panny USA? The pictures the owner posted were his not mine and I do regret I did not take photo's before selling the Panasonic.