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Go big or go home… I'm sure someone is going to sue me for stealing that. It seems that Mitsubishi has taken this motto to heart with its 73" WD-73735 rear projection DLP display. Big? Yeah. Affordable? Compared to flat panels - oh heck yeah. But how does it look? Very... not bad. You'll probably want to read on to see what I mean by that.
DLP Products from Texas Instruments (TI) demonstrated the ability to display two separate image sources at the same time on a DLP HDTV screen. DualView capability is an innovation for two-player gaming that gives each gamer independent full screen views.
There are a lot of things to like about the Samsung HL-T5087S - LED backlighting means longer bulb life, shorter warm-up cycles, and the elimination of the color wheel and its accompanying rainbow effect. But the HL-T5087S isn't without its shortcomings including prevalent banding, severe lack of calibration options, and a whole host of glitches that confounded even us.
Having just published an article on the various display format technologies, we are happy to find that some of the best pictures are still being shown with CRT technology. As DLP and LCoS improves (not to mention drops in price) the digital formats may outperform the analogue CRTs. Until, then however, if you want the absolute best picture, and size and weight are not an issue, CRT technology will get you where you want to be.