|Originally posted by scarrow|
It's kind of funny, but I tried to do a fair amount of research before buying my Sony ALIS, but unfortunately I knew nothing about this forum at the time. I decided on ALIS because I wanted to experiment with using my PC as the display device, but I have since concluded that I get a better result there with my LCD display. I am running a Faroudja NR series device for de-interlacing and connecting via RGB since the model I'm using doesn't have component inputs. It gives an okay picture this way, but I'm really at a loss to compare it with other plasma displays.
Ah well, a fool and his money are soon parted. I'm pretty happy that I have such a large base of information to peruse now as my quest for my ultimate display device continues.
|Originally posted by atmosfera|
do you think Sony will be using NEC glass ? I've looked at their 50' model and it has similar res like my NEC 1366X768
|Originally posted by oferlaor|
Sony is in the consumer market.
Unit recently, plasmas were not exactly mass consumer items.
They are only now realizing how plasmas will effect the consumer big-screen TV market in the next few years. Their current offering is much much better than what they had before. I predict that in a couple of years they will be selling more plasmas than anyone else - primarily because of their brand name.