Re: Sony XBR960 vs all
On Sep 18, 5:13 pm, "Adysthemic" <asifid...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Here's the scene. I had NO envy for any of the sets I've seen,
none, nada. I
a group of doctors. IT. They can buy pretty much anything. I've
I bought a Blu-ray player for a really good price. After a few
it going well.
I watch my 960 at about 9 feet. Perfectly OK for DishHD, almost OK
Had to move in a bit for "ideal" OTA when I watched it.
The Blu-ray gets "astounding" on this set at about 5.5-6.0 feet.
dropping. I have
a Dave Matthews/ Tim Reynolds concert that is so good, the picture
is even distracting!?
I remember watching old black and white stuff, on snowy OTA
I'm old now.
What I recall, no matter how bad the signal was..if the content was
the bad picture and merged into the movie/show whatever. I always
content by how much it "took me away".
LOL, now I have PQ so good, it's distracting ;>).!? even though I
[drumroll] MOVE my chair closer to the TV!!!! Look I'm suffering
Well, enjoy it while you can because when it wears out, you'll have no
choice but to find something else as there will be no replacement CRTs
available. Perhaps there will be enough improvements or new schemes
that you can live with later on.
- Re: Sony XBR960 vs all
... I bought a Blu-ray player for a really good price. ... I remember watching old black and white stuff, on snowy OTA ... signals. ... the bad picture and merged into the movie/show whatever. ...
- Re: Why no "comb fringes" on VCR still frame?
... Retaining the neat numbers has some advantages when considering e.g. displaying animation and keeping the sound in sync with the picture. ... The idea was that, after dealing with the vertical sync, the active picture content would start on the same line in both fields, and be drawn in the same location on the screen (no half-line offset, but no change in the vertical refresh rate or the line frequency, either.) ... Some earlier poster to this thread was concerned about broadcasting these non-interlaced, slightly non-standard signals, but I'm primarily interested in the signal itself, not the delivery method. ...
- Re: BAd News!
... Digital | signals do not degrade as gracefully as | analog. ... What happens is that small | portions of the picture turn into relatively big blurry blocks. ... The money broadcasters pay for upgrading and for their electric broadcast bill are the "dues they must pay for must carry" as one major broadcaster told me. ... Though publicly broadcasters will say they treasure their OTA viewers many would turn off their transmitters in a second to save money if they thought they could maintain must carry rights. ...
- Re: BAd News!
... | portions of the picture turn into relatively big blurry blocks. ... | them) always prefer the analog signals to digital. ... and I'm only 6 miles or so from the transmitters. ... | had to have a big ugly antenna on the roof to get a good picture. ...
- Re: Washington Post Knocks Digital Reception
... |>> an analog picture will not have the same patience with digital. ... |> receiving WLS channel 7.1 and 7.2 from Chicago. ... | Faint signals will do no more than budge the signal meter (when they ... Then when the Athens station signed off ... ...