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|Originally Posted by kmramos|
However, after spending many hours looking at both displays, there's no question in my mind that the Fujitsu shows more detail . . .
|Originally Posted by ZZtop|
I have very closely compared the current Pioneer Elite 50 and the Fujitsu 50 in a high end showroom twice. The panels were in separate rooms, but looked like the 2 nicest panels they had, granted they had no panasonics.
I have always been nervous around Fujitsu and Hitachi screens due to the fact that I read in some of the ALIS technology at some point, its only working with 50% of the pixels.
|Originally Posted by tdavis21484|
Pioneer tends to have the more vivid picture, but Fujitsu tends to have the more realistic picture - for that reason, the Pioneer typically appears better in the showroom, but be sure to look at the Fujitsu closely.
I prefer the Pioneer - I like that "more real than reality" look. The Fujitsu's AVMII processor is better, especially with low-res material, but I still prefer the Pioneer overall.