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I see a lot of LCD's with 75% NTSC ratings. I read a while back newer tv's were going to be much higher NTSC color rating. I don't seem to see any tv's that list this in the specs though. Like the specs on the popular samsung xx71f. Are there any lcd screens with like 98% rating? What is a decent rating for the newer sets
 

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Are there any lcd screens with like 98% rating?

Dell 3008-WFP claims 100%, Dell 3007-HC (which I have) claims 92%.


As far as I've seen, LCD HDTVs don't even come close to these models.
 

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This usually just correlates to the bit of the panel and processing doesn't it? If so, I would imagine most new displays that are marketed as 10+ bits are at least at 92% or higher.
 

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This usually just correlates to the bit of the panel and processing doesn't it? If so, I would imagine most new displays that are marketed as 10+ bits are at least at 92% or higher.

It has nothing to do with bits, it has to do with the range of colors the panel can physically display, which is far more important.


The Dell 3007-HC/3008 have an extraordinary gamut, well beyond what the ordinary LCD TV has. When I first got my 3007-HC, I was really shocked by it, it's the ideal monitor for photo editing.
 

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I see a lot of LCD's with 75% NTSC ratings. I read a while back newer tv's were going to be much higher NTSC color rating. I don't seem to see any tv's that list this in the specs though. Like the specs on the popular samsung xx71f. Are there any lcd screens with like 98% rating? What is a decent rating for the newer sets

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It has nothing to do with bits, it has to do with the range of colors the panel can physically display, which is far more important.


The Dell 3007-HC/3008 have an extraordinary gamut, well beyond what the ordinary LCD TV has. When I first got my 3007-HC, I was really shocked by it, it's the ideal monitor for photo editing.


Well aren't the bits in the panels themselves indicating the higher gamut colors?

8-bit = 16.7 million colors

10-bit = 1.7 billion colors

The new Sony & Samsung panels are 10-bit.
 

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Well aren't the bits in the panels themselves indicating the higher gamut colors?

No, bit depth is a measure of resolution not absolute value.
 

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so I'm guessing this Film Stabilization is something like samsung's AMP? Any idea when these new toshiba's will be released?
 

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Well aren't the bits in the panels themselves indicating the higher gamut colors?

8-bit = 16.7 million colors

10-bit = 1.7 billion colors

The new Sony & Samsung panels are 10-bit.

Some panels now even have 14 bit color processing - Philips 52PFL7432 4 trillion colors (14bit RGB)
 
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