After years of speculation Panasonic finally confirmed that plasma production would end. Early in 2014 the last panel will come off their line and the best current displays will go away. Despite having not spent much time viewing one in person, I still took advantage of the current availability and bought myself a 60” Panasonic VT60. After spending time watching and … [Read more...] about Panasonic VT60 Review
In reviewing displays, one aspect that seems to go almost untouched by reviewers is that of input lag. For people like myself that don’t play many video games, this idea is an afterthought that we don’t even worry about. With computer displays this is an area that attracts far more attention, but also has a lot of work to go into it that makes it hard to do accurately or … [Read more...] about Leo Bodnar Lag Tester Review
When you look at a projector or display review, you’ll often see a picture of the common CIE diagram accompanying it. Many people will look at the diagram and say “That looks good”, but is that diagram really telling you anything useful? … [Read more...] about What does this chart tell you?
When you look at a typical home theater display review, there are a few things you are guaranteed to see from any objective analysis. You should see a grayscale chart, showing how accurate and linear it tracks across different values, and you'll also see a CIE chart showing how accurate the colors are compared to the reference values. You probably will see a gamma chart … [Read more...] about Home Theater Display Reviews and Measurements