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Wow. What a thread!

I'm surprised the more people aren't talking about a new technologie that will have a big impact over the next two years:

LED light source (rear projectoin first, front projection later)

No one expected even RP applications to be ready so soon. And they look gorgeous!

1080p and lossless audio. EVERY BD should have them both.
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Thanks for the pictures from CES. I thought that the Brillian/Olevia Lcd displays were the same as the Syntax/Olevia Lcd displays. So are they totally different ?

Thanks, Jamesmck
Nope. You're right, they are the same company. A few of the spec cards have Syntax-Brillian on them.
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I posted other pictures about SED, a 14-bit color LCDs, and Westinghouse's ultra high resolution display in a thread called "Special Displays that I saw at CES 2006" in the Plasma/LCD forum. I separated them out because they are not 1080p.

https://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=630068
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Wow. Clever idea, and nice images. Thanks for the WCES virtual 'visit' and effort. Haven't read yet if any exhibitor was using special 1080-DVD or hard-drive images that might actually put resolvable full-1920X1080 on a 1080P screen. That's theoretically possible with a downconverted 4k or greater recording. -- John
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Fantastic thread. Thanks :D.
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Epson CrystalPro 65" LCD RP
Thanks for the pictures of epson displays. what did you think of picture quality?
This is the only true 1080p rptv that is lcd. I thought there would be much interest
about these displays, as they have 1080p input on hdmi and component. i could not find any mention of these displays, except from you. this should be a big deal
as they are competing head on with dlp and lcos. so how do they stack up?
thanks in advance

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Wow. Clever idea, and nice images. Thanks for the WCES virtual 'visit' and effort. Haven't read yet if any exhibitor was using special 1080-DVD or hard-drive images that might actually put resolvable full-1920X1080 on a 1080P screen. That's theoretically possible with a downconverted 4k or greater recording. -- John
Thanks, John and all the others that gave their appreciation also. As you can see, it took almost 2 hours just to post all those pictures and it was nightmare have to downres all those pictures (took several hours over 3 days), so I could post it. I hope the moderators, don't get mad that I posted in the "HDTV hardware reception" forum. I swear it still said "HDTV hardware" until yesterday and I have feeling it was changed when I asked the moderators 3 days ago if I could post there again this year like I have in previous years, but I got no response. They need a general HDTV display area.

As for full spec feeds, there were alot of companies demoing their Blu-Ray and HD-DVD players on some of these units. Some of the players said they can output 1080p, while other could not (I think on both sides but I can't remember). So some might have had 1080p sources, but I bet most were 1080i.
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Thanks for the pictures of epson displays. what did you think of picture quality?
This is the only true 1080p rptv that is lcd. I thought there would be much interest
about these displays, as they have 1080p input on hdmi and component. i could not find any mention of these displays, except from you. this should be a big deal
as they are competing head on with dlp and lcos. so how do they stack up?
thanks in advance
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The epson was in one of their theater booths, so I could not get up close to it. It looked good from what I can tell, but I was in such a rush to try and see the whole show that I didn't say in one place for too long (so I can't describe black level, etc.). This year, CES was in 5 convention halls and it almost takes a day for each hall just to see everything and that is if you don't go to the sessions that are available (which I did).
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The epson was in one of their theater booths, so I could not get up close to it. It looked good from what I can tell, but I was in such a rush to try and see the whole show that I didn't say in one place for too long (so I can't describe black level, etc.). This year, CES was in 5 convention halls and it almost takes a day for each hall just to see everything and that is if you don't go to the sessions that are available (which I did).
Thank you. I moved to florida two years ago from vegas i know what you are talking about. you have done a fantastic job of covering ces. thank you again.
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CES was flat out amazing. Great thread.

Can you have too many gadgets?
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Appreciate this thread. Thanks. :)
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Thanks for posting all the info. Seeing all the options of 1080p displays, I'm going to wait another 6 months before I upgrade. I guess I can live with 37" display for few more months. Looks like 6 months time will provide handfull of 1080p displays to chose from.

thanks again...
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No SIM2 HT3000 1080p one chiper ?

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Excellent thread!! I am planning to get a 37" 1080p display for computer/bedroom use and your report gives me all the details I need.
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Thanks GotHDTV? for posting all of these pics from CES! I really appreciate it!

The 100" + plasmas are just RIDICOLOUS! :eek:

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God, those LG Plasma pics look great.

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Sony 55" SXRD (LCoS) Prototype


will this 55 inch sony accept 1080p?
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Sony Bravia 46" LCD
Thanks for the great photos from CES!

Is the photo you showed for the Sony 46" Bravia correct? The first photo, of the "data sheet" panel looks right, saying it's a 46" Bravia, 1920x1080, "currently available in Japan" (I assume as the KDL-46X1000 in Japan), but the photo of the LCD screen you show says "SXRD" above it -- it actually looks more like the 55" SXRD you had in a different message. If it's wrong, do you have any photos of the 46" Bravia that has 1920x1080 resolution?

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Is the photo you showed for the Sony 46" Bravia correct? The first photo, of the "data sheet" panel looks right, saying it's a 46" Bravia, 1920x1080, "currently available in Japan" (I assume as the KDL-46X1000 in Japan), but the photo of the LCD screen you show says "SXRD" above it -- it actually looks more like the 55" SXRD you had in a different message. If it's wrong, do you have any photos of the 46" Bravia that has 1920x1080 resolution?
Yeah, I know it has the sign SXRD above and I thought that was wierd at the show. The way I took the pictures, so I wouldn't forgot what they were, was to take the picture of the Stats beside the display devices and then the picture (when I could). The picture should be correct, but I do make mistakes (e.g. I realized that the 3rd picture for the Panasonic 103" plasma is actually the 65", but I had no stats to confer with, while the Sony I do).
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This is just invaluable information. Thanks for taking the time to get all these pics! Fantastic work. Thanks again! :D
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Excellent infomation. Now I just need to find out which of them are true 1080p displays with 1080p inputs.
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great virtual tour of CES :)

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Thanks for doing all of the work collecting and posting these photos for those of us unable to attend. From what you recall, what were you most impressed with? The 102" LG plasma? Did the Sony LCoS displays appear to be better than DLPs?
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Thanks for doing all of the work collecting and posting these photos for those of us unable to attend. From what you recall, what were you most impressed with? The 102" LG plasma? Did the Sony LCoS displays appear to be better than DLPs?
They were hard to judge because some of the displays were on "Torch" mode (I think some of the 100" were). I was moving so fast and nothing really stood out in the 1080p area as heads above the rest (I'm predicting everything will be 1080p at CES next year), so I can't give you an answer on what I was most impressed with (I was impressed with the displays that were not 1080p like the SEDs, Sharp's 1M contrast Ratio, and Westinghouse's 4x resolution display). As for the LCoS (Sony or any in general), they did seem better than the DLPs. All the 1080p RPTV DLP seem a bit blurry at the show. Only the FP 1080p DLP were sharp.
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GotHDTV?,

Hey thanks a lot for the great pictures! I really appreicated it.

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Thank you GotHDTV?.
Those pictures rocked! I really liked the (1st)Samsung (2nd)Hitachi (3rd) LG

Again, great job!
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