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Old 01-29-07, 02:46 PM   #2
evilchris
 
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Default Re: Projection vs LCD

The LCD is what isn't adjusted correctly. LCD will have higher overall brightness than an RPTV, but at what cost? Crushed blacks, overblown colors, they are just a mess.

Do you watch TV in your house with the same lighting as a major electronics retailer? You aren't supposed to watch TV with 4,000 watts of lighting on. If your room is full of skylights that can't be blocked or whatever then an RPTV probably won't work for you. You can crank them up too, but at the expense of PQ. My brightness is on 25/100.

If you want pristine, accurate PQ you will * have * to adjust to a much lower brightness. Even with LCD's, I calibrate them all the way down to where they should be.
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