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I have been watching the PBS HDTV demo loop via G20 and Nokia 445X PRO CRT monitor at the same time. I find it interesting that the images appear to be virtually identical. The picture quality is amazing on both. The only difference I notice is some artifacts via the D-ILA that appear related to deinterlacing. I got in on the AVS Vigatec power buy and am anxious to see how well it processes HDTV to 1024P. I understand that it may eliminate these types of HDTV artifacts.

If HDTV gets any better then this I may have a permanent addiction. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/frown.gif

Forget 480P.....I gotta have 1080I or P.


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Please explain the 1080i artifacts thatyou are seeing. How often are you seeing them?


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Cameron


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No offense to your quality G20, but the contrast ratio of a CRT monitor smokes a d-ila or other DLP or LCD.


Now the CRT has phospur decay and other issues. But suffice it to say: a direct view quality image on a 10'+ screen would make me happier than a clam.


I think I might have to see your G20 some time because I find it hard to believe that a direct view looks "identical" or "nearly identical" to a G20.


plenty of strengths and weaknesses for both but hardly the same.


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Depends on what you're watching as well, if it's a bright high contrast image (like most sports programs) a D-ILA would definitely make a good showing. Pity you can't get a 10' image with a direct view CRT, on the other hand that would be a really, really big box, you're need at crane to lift it into your house...


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