Started by ComSoft6128, 12:54, 05 July 21
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Quote from: Gryzor on 16:15, 14 July 21Interesting, yes.Lately I've been following an account on Twitter that does comparisons between a modern output and an original CRT output and the results are jaw-dropping, I never realised the effect the CRTs have is so big. To the extend that scanline filters seem to me, now, like very cheap methods that give pretty miniscule results... the way the pixels and sub-pixels interoperated (is this a word?) took things to a whole different level.
Quote from: Bryce on 16:57, 14 July 21The unsharpness that CRT's display is mainly due to pixel-bleed, ie: the colour of one pixel blending with its neighbours. This is why Plasma TV's are a little closer to CRT than TFT screens are. Unfortunately 15in 4:3 Plasma screens were never a thing. Bryce.
Quote from: Bryce on 13:02, 15 July 21They had high resolution, but they also "suffered" from pixel colour-bleed which gave them a smoother colour transition / blend like the CRT's did.Bryce.
Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 17:52, 15 July 21Plasmas also suffered bad burn in too. I made the mistake of playing Guitar Hero on a plasma only to see the buttons burned in at the bottom.The worst was the obnoxious Comedy Central logo permanently burnt in the top right hand corner due to my ex's addiction to Two and a half men!
Quote from: Bryce on 20:45, 15 July 21Burn in on plasma TV's was only temporary as far as I know. I also had Channel-logo burn-in on our Plasma TV, but they all went away if you avoided that channel for a few weeks.Bryce.
Quote from: Gryzor on 16:16, 16 July 21Wasn't there a period when channels would rotate the corner they'd show their logo on?
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