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sony ,panasonic or toshiba?

by leo1352 / July 31, 2005 7:29 PM PDT

I am going to buy a new CRT direct view TV 29Inch ,I would like to know which of these brands has suopriority(in color ,and picture) among the others?

thanks
Leo

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sony ,panasonic or toshiba?
by jcrobso / August 1, 2005 2:08 AM PDT
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panasonic ,sony or toshiba?
by leo1352 / August 1, 2005 1:44 PM PDT

thanks for the help ,but I saw some features in Panasonic for example AI that makes the picture more vivid and the dark areas darker, does Toshiba or Sony have such system or something similar doing the same job?

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more vivid and the dark areas darker
by jcrobso / August 2, 2005 2:35 AM PDT

This is called dynamic contrast, but each company has their own name for it. So just read the specs. John

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sony, panasonic, etc.
by marinetbryant / August 2, 2005 10:57 AM PDT

Cnet wrote a good review on sony's kd34xbr960. check it out. it's a crt and the price has come down $300.

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too mich AI
by leo1352 / August 2, 2005 12:48 PM PDT

I didn't know that the Ai or artificial Intelegence that Panasonic usees is a gloss over for dynamic range. but I noticed that like other new technologies in some scenes it uses too much of it's AI!! that make some dark areas matt!(like hair colors). would you please let me know in which site can I find comprehensive technical information and comparison about different CRT TV brands?

many Thanks

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the AI thing!
by leo1352 / August 4, 2005 12:50 PM PDT

I didn't know that the Ai or artificial Intelegence that Panasonic uses is a gloss over for dynamic range. but I noticed that ,like other new technologies in some scenes it uses too much of it's AI!! that make some dark areas matt!(like hair colors). would you please let me know in which site can I find comprehensive technical information and comparison about different CRT TV brands?

many Thanks

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