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"First, its useful viewing angle is very limited. You really don’t have to be watching from much of an angle at all before pictures – or at least the sides of pictures – start to lose contrast and colour, and the image even takes on a curious purple tinge if you watch from a quite steep angle."
Would have thought that would instantly demote it from any kind of high score.
How can you possibly use this with more than one or two people in a room knowing that some are going to get a truly dreadful experience?
Trying to work out what this has over the newer plasma models which have both the stunning contrast needed for movies and can now hold their own in a bright room while getting colours spot on, something LCD TVs have never really been able to do properly.
SONY is bringing out some great TV's recently. I hope they keep this up.
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