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|Originally posted by Benji|
I have both the RCA F38310 and Mits WS65807, and trust me, it looks equally great on both TVs.
|Originally posted by HughScot|
While many people will give you what they like best the true videophile will say that at the present time you will see the best picture quality on a RPTV, followed by Plasma and then LCD. FPTV is best only if you have a light free room with no reflective surfaces, this is due to the fact that the light must travel to the screen and then bounce off and back to your eyes. If you have a dedicated room it is fantastic. The reason for leaving off direct view is due to the max screen size which will not change. When watching HD either movies or sports, you really need a 16.9 screen of over 40 inches. I'm talking about true HD, either 720p or 1080i.
|Originally posted by kippjones|
My problem with plasma, LCD and DLP is that it looks like looking through a screen door.
|Originally posted by Jerry G|
I disagree with this. There is NO screen door effect on my 50" Pioneer plasma and I've not seen the effect on any plasma I've looked at.