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Old December 14th, 2004, 06:52 PM   #16
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For an in-depth examination of the relative merits of LCD, Plasma, and CRT monitors, check out the series "Display Technology Shoot-out" at ExtremeTech:

Part I: The Primary Specs

Part II: Gray-Scale and Color Accuracy.

(Parts III & IV yet to come.)

The series examines objective and subjective measures of performance (black level, brightness, contrast, color fidelity) of the three technologies and explains why each one is important.

They examine top-end gear, but the information can be applied to cheaper models.

(Basically: CRT's are still the best choice for the blackest blacks and the highest color fidelity. Certain high-contrast images--white text on a black background or vice versa--may not work as well on CRT's as other technologies. And: viewing environment makes a huge difference.)

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Old December 14th, 2004, 08:51 PM   #17
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Little off topic, but how do you guys arrange your window with dual monitors?
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Old December 14th, 2004, 10:56 PM   #18
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<<<-- Originally posted by Michael Bernstein : For an in-depth examination of the relative merits of LCD, Plasma, and CRT monitors, check out the series "Display Technology Shoot-out" at ExtremeTech:

Part I: The Primary Specs

Part II: Gray-Scale and Color Accuracy.

(Parts III & IV yet to come.)

The series examines objective and subjective measures of performance (black level, brightness, contrast, color fidelity) of the three technologies and explains why each one is important.

They examine top-end gear, but the information can be applied to cheaper models.


Ahhh- they used my L5 (20") version in the tests. Very nice- thanks for the link.

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