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    Quote Originally Posted by singveld View Post
    it is for the better, plasma and lcd/led tv are all superior to CRT today, special the introduction of HDTV.
    I'm not interested in HDTV. All I want is interesting programs.

    It's the same with cameras. You can buy a $40,000 camera but if you don't know the basics of photography, your images are going to be shit.

    People who spend hours discussing the technicalities of cameras seldom take decent photos. They're too busy arguing about Canon vs Nikon.

    The best photographers can take award winning images with nothing more than a compact.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leongsam View Post
    I'm not interested in HDTV. All I want is interesting programs.

    It's the same with cameras. You can buy a $40,000 camera but if you don't know the basics of photography, your images are going to be shit.

    People who spend hours discussing the technicalities of cameras seldom take decent photos. They're too busy arguing about Canon vs Nikon.

    The best photographers can take award winning images with nothing more than a compact.
    Likewise those who buy a Ferrari in Singapore where maximum speed limit is 90 kph and those who are tone deaf having a $500,000 sound system.
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    I know a lot of people that are still sticking to their CRT because of the DPI and gamut that LCDs have problem reproducing.

    Quote Originally Posted by singveld View Post
    it is for the better, plasma and lcd/led tv are all superior to CRT today, special the introduction of HDTV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash007 View Post
    I know a lot of people that are still sticking to their CRT because of the DPI and gamut that LCDs have problem reproducing.
    Hardly anyone uses CRT monitors/tv anymore.
    "He who ask is a fool for 5 minutes, he who is silent is a fool forever"

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    or a guy having a million $$$ bike ...but without seat

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    Likewise those who buy a Ferrari in Singapore where maximum speed limit is 90 kph and those who are tone deaf having a $500,000 sound system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leongsam View Post
    I'm not interested in HDTV. All I want is interesting programs.

    It's the same with cameras. You can buy a $40,000 camera but if you don't know the basics of photography, your images are going to be shit.

    People who spend hours discussing the technicalities of cameras seldom take decent photos. They're too busy arguing about Canon vs Nikon.

    The best photographers can take award winning images with nothing more than a compact.
    Following your logic i suppose you aren't interested in newer car models being produced since you only ride bikes without seats.

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    The problem with LCD/LED TV is that they cannot create shades of black color. The black color looks like one flat acrylic black.

    Try watch Batman movies on a LCD/LED TV. You can't see shit. That's why some people still swear by plasma.

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    I was at the store & browse through the Panasonic catalog & noticed that their plasma models consume about 30 to 40% more power than their LED models. With larger screens , the LED already runs hot, an even hotter plasma screen is going to be a problem with Spore's high power prices & our tropical climate

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    Quote Originally Posted by exobay View Post
    Hardly anyone uses CRT monitors/tv anymore.
    I'm still using CRT, in all my units across Asia.

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    actually i dunno why some of you say plasma save more power with respect to LED technology, cos from what i learn, LED is the most power saving option and will last longer. how the colour all that well i am not too sure, i was not into all these. but the technology behind i did brush my shoulder with it at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logisex View Post
    The problem with LCD/LED TV is that they cannot create shades of black color. The black color looks like one flat acrylic black.

    Try watch Batman movies on a LCD/LED TV. You can't see shit. That's why some people still swear by plasma.
    If you're referring to "local dimming", you may have to differentiate between LED edge-lit and back lit. The back lit model (sometimes known as LED direct) is supposed to solve that problem you mentioned.

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    I still like my plasma TV

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    The technology for TVs has advanced by leaps and bounds.

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    i also use CRT leh...............

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