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As people may be aware, in Europe RGB is very popular in video sources due the SCART connector. In fact, many cheaper STB's and other devices may even lack S-video but have RGB. In theory RGB is a good match with e.g. CRT displays as the signals are similar to the actual display technology.


In the US component is more common to RGB and in the digital domain there's the DVI-D, available both in the US and Europe.


I wonder what is a better match to today's LCD and PDP display? Is there some technical reasons why they would work better with RGB or component (typically the two are in the same pq class)?


What about the new colour processing technologies that go beyond the 8-bit world of the video sources, do they work better with RGB or YUV?


And how will DVI fit the picture? DVI should reduce the analog noise due 1-1 pixel mapping but what about colour quality and space, do the new >8-bit technologies work with DVI or is, in theory, the analog picture better on the latest PDP's than the digital?


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