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Old 01-12-2012, 05:36 PM   #21
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Have you ever seen an LED LCD display? Yes LED edge backlighting is not that big of a difference, other than brighter in most cases, but full array, local dimming displays can be very good, i.e. Philips, Sharp Elite (I can only account for those). I can tell you right now, that better black levels and greater shadow detail is very much real.

Yes Tech I have seen an LED LCD, enough to choke a horse as they say. I should have clarified that I was talking about edge lit LED and not full array which is very nice as far as shadow detail and blacks are concerned. But again yes I have seen an LED LCD. How can you not? There in every BB, Target, Walmart, Sears, you name it so you can help but not see them. Besides that my freind has one so its not to hard not to see it when I am over at his house. lol
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Old 01-12-2012, 05:37 PM   #22
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smh
I have no idea what that means, but it is probably some degenerate text messaging abbreviation.

This forum does not need posts that could misinform readers. So, if you post incorrect or ambiguous info, then someone should correct it or clarify it. For example, see above Tech-UK address steve1971's misleading post.

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Old 01-12-2012, 05:54 PM   #23
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i have no idea what that means, but it is probably some degenerate text messaging abbreviation.

This forum does not need posts that could misinform readers. So, if you post incorrect or ambiguous info, then someone should correct it or clarify it. For example, see above tech-uk address steve1971's misleading post.

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Old 01-12-2012, 05:57 PM   #24
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Yes Tech I have seen an LED LCD, enough to choke a horse as they say. I should have clarified that I was talking about edge lit LED and not full array which is very nice as far as shadow detail and blacks are concerned. But again yes I have seen an LED LCD. How can you not? There in every BB, Target, Walmart, Sears, you name it so you can help but not see them. Besides that my freind has one so its not to hard not to see it when I am over at his house. lol
Ok. I take it that your friends is an edge lit LED LCD?
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Ok. I take it that your friends is an edge lit LED LCD?
Yep you are correct.
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I have no idea what that means, but it is probably some degenerate text messaging abbreviation.

This forum does not need posts that could misinform readers. So, if you post incorrect or ambiguous info, then someone should correct it or clarify it. For example, see above Tech-UK address steve1971's misleading post.

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First of all I did not intent to "mislead" anyone and I am sorry I am not as "tech" savy as you seem to be. And wingman is no degenerate.
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Old 01-14-2012, 01:27 AM   #28
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First of all I did not intent to "mislead" anyone..."
Intent does not always matter. You may not intend to mislead anyone, but your post can still have that effect.

Online forums are not just informal meeting places; they are becoming de facto repositories of knowledge. So, we should strive to be as accurate as possible.

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And wingman is no degenerate.
I never indicated that he was. Rather, I stated that text messaging slang is a degenerate method of communication. Recognize the difference between the noun (your usage) and adjective (my usage) forms of "degenerate."

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WSJ (subscription required) say that Sony are looking to bring this to the market before the end of 2012. It should also be noted that Sony have not announced a HX9xx series so far either so they could be saving it for a CLED TV to come out in October/November this year.

I have heard the same from sources of my own, that this is a real product and production issues are already minimised.
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WSJ (subscription required) say that Sony are looking to bring this to the market before the end of 2012. It should also be noted that Sony have not announced a HX9xx series so far either so they could be saving it for a CLED TV to come out in October/November this year.

I have heard the same from sources of my own, that this is a real product and production issues are already minimised.
If you're right, it's an exciting year for TV! OLED finally hits in big sizes and Sony does something completely new!
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Just fyi- The Sony HX900 series has been out already. Back in 2010- 2011 and has been cancelled i believe. Along with the HX900-909 came the LX. I have a SonyXBRLX900 60" its sweet!
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Agreed. That is very misleading especially for the consumer who doesn't know better thinking they got a LED when the actually got a regular CCFL LCD.
I think you mean regular LCD, not regular CCFL LCD.

There are certainly no combo CCFL/LED sets on the market right?

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