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I don't know why people still argue. Just Google if you must. CRTs still offer the best picture - pure blacks, color depth, clarity, etc.

I'm not saying LCDs don't offer an excellent picture. Of course they do. They also have plenty of benefits that people like - weigh less, give off less heat, take less power, etc. But that doesn't change the fact that CRTs still offer the best picture.

For more serious discussion about A/V, head over to avsform. Much greater depth there.
There's an LCD out with pure blacks(not fake CRT black, but actual black), 10-bit color depth, < 0.250mm pixel pitches, etc.... it's medical grade though, so don't expect to get one under $10000.

There's also an affordable LCD monitor you might like if you saw it; 8-bit, ~0.250mm, pure blacks, perfect viewing angles(seems more clear than my CRT)...quite an awesome monitor.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824002320
     
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Heh, it's always funny watching the CRT lovers see the little bit of their world remaining falling into the ocean of change. If you cannot adapt to the changing times, you are doomed to fail.
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Go Samsung.
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" Samsung Debuts 30-inch LED-Based Monitor at CeBIT 2007"


http://www.bornrich.org/entry/samsun...at-cebit-2007/
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" Samsung Debuts 30-inch LED-Based Monitor at CeBIT 2007"


http://www.bornrich.org/entry/samsun...at-cebit-2007/
Sexay!
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Sexay!

Already saving up for one


EDIT: Some more info

http://www.ledsmagazine.com/news/4/3/23
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The LED LCD is awesome, but if I could find one of these with a decent refresh rate and res of up to 2560 x 1600 I would take of of these instead:

http://www.popularmechanics.com/blog...s/2568541.html

http://www.popularmechanics.com/blog...s/2576401.html

Laser DLP could be a viable replacement for both CRT and LCD monitors and even pacify the CRT camp. 1/3 the pwer usage of a LCD with the color reproduction of a CRT. I'd say that takes the win.

And Mitusbishi apparently has no plans to make any of them smaller than 50''.
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I enjoy having an lcd over a crt it just suits my needs small and still gives good quality
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The LED LCD is awesome, but if I could find one of these with a decent refresh rate and res of up to 2560 x 1600 I would take of of these instead:

http://www.popularmechanics.com/blog...s/2568541.html

http://www.popularmechanics.com/blog...s/2576401.html

Laser DLP could be a viable replacement for both CRT and LCD monitors and even pacify the CRT camp. 1/3 the pwer usage of a LCD with the color reproduction of a CRT. I'd say that takes the win.

And Mitusbishi apparently has no plans to make any of them smaller than 50''.
I remember about 20 years ago when the Russians were experimenting with laser cinema projectors. It would be great if this technology became a reality.
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Ive had my 32" CRT for 11 years now. Going into first grade, now going into 12th. Only bad thing that happened was a couple years back when the damn power button snapped off. It kinda popped out of where it was supposed 2 be. So we had to get a remote or use a butter knife to turn it on.
lol that reminds me of the old tv at work. I work at McDonalds, and we had this old tv in the back, and one of the channel buttons broke. you could only go up and there were about 80 channels, so if you missed your channel, you had to go all the way around. then the other channel button broke, and it was stuck on BET (big surprise), but then someone figure out that you could stick a knife below the button and change the channel... we kept having to find new and inventive ways to change the channel until we finally got a new tv.
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