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In Reply to: RE: Which TV brand to avoid digital picture correction ? posted by Wojciech on February 15, 2021 at 13:02:42
huh ... well my LG's really don't perform that way, but further, what you might be seeing [because I notice this] is that 'modern' production standards in the medium are conveyed as part of the higher definition used
I was running a couple of older CRT TV's not too long ago and this was even noticeable on those ... and remember, films generally get some re-formatting when shown on TV so I think those standards go along for the ride so to speak
I'm thinking that your hope of 'plain Jain' is only just a hope though
but good luck!
You're right that I'm probably aiming at the impossible and doing it only because I never had a TV to get used to ever changing standard. The quality I see discourages me from getting one. :) All the best!
PS. Watching movies on computer screens of various laptops is less objectionable for some reasons.
re: PS ... more processing power with higher pixel count?
not that this matters about what's available now but my first 'big' panel TV was an Olevia powered by ... get this ... ATi Radeon Graphics
I'm not sure what card was in there but I guarantee my homebrew desktop rig is way more potent ... the one on a shelf in the garage from 10 years ago
just off the cuff I'd go cheap on the TV, a TLC will probably meet your needs, after all there's just [three?] display panel manufacturers ... electronically it's the only 'moving part'
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