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Picture quality is a term that encompasses multiple different aspects of a display, so I wouldn't go so far as to argue that the picture quality overall is better for a CRT.
Maybe you wouldn't, but the best calibrationists in the nation would The cofounder of Avical (Eliab) uses a Princeton and swears it's the best picture possible with today's technology.
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Maybe you wouldn't, but the best calibrationists in the nation would The cofounder of Avical (Eliab) uses a Princeton and swears it's the best picture possible with today's technology.
I have yet to see a CRT that can display text with the crispness of a good LCD. CRTs appear blurry by comparison and cause more strain on your eyes.

CRTs also have the problem of dying slowly, so you get picture degradation. That becomes a problem when considering that the picture degradation is noticeable, but not necessarily enough to warrant spending the money for a replacement. That is a very annoying dilemma, albeit irrelevant to this discussion.
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I have yet to see a CRT that can display text with the crispness of a good LCD. CRTs appear blurry by comparison and cause more strain on your eyes.
Why do surgeons still use CRT if the above is accurate?

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CRTs also have the problem of dying slowly, so you get picture degradation. That becomes a problem when considering that the picture degradation is noticeable, but not necessarily enough to warrant spending the money for a replacement. That is a very annoying dilemma, albeit irrelevant to this discussion.
Every technology has its strengths and weaknesses.....LCD has stuck and/or dead pixels. What is really harsh is that companies like Samsung require 8 dead pixels to be considered damaged or eligible for warranty replacement. I don't know of any CRT picture quality problems coming straight out of the box.
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Samsung offers a 'Zero Dead Pixel Guarantee' on all their LCD monitors.
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Why do surgeons still use CRT if the above is accurate?

CRTs also have the problem of dying slowly, so you get picture degradation. That becomes a problem when considering that the picture degradation is noticeable, but not necessarily enough to warrant spending the money for a replacement. That is a very annoying dilemma, albeit irrelevant to this discussion.

Every technology has its strengths and weaknesses.....LCD has stuck and/or dead pixels. What is really harsh is that companies like Samsung require 8 dead pixels to be considered damaged or eligible for warranty replacement. I don't know of any CRT picture quality problems coming straight out of the box.
Just hope it doesn't get exposed to any magnets before use...

As for your first question, a) not all surgeons use CRT monitors, and they are cheaper than LCDs (the monitors are paid for by the hospital, not the doctors...), b) people do plenty of things regardless of the (potentially) better options available. The iPod and iPhone are prime examples.
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Just hope it doesn't get exposed to any magnets before use...

As for your first question, a) not all surgeons use CRT monitors, and they are cheaper than LCDs (the monitors are paid for by the hospital, not the doctors...), b) people do plenty of things regardless of the (potentially) better options available. The iPod and iPhone are prime examples.

Exactly; why do PS2 owners still use their PS2 when the PS3 is so much better?
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Exactly; why do PS2 owners still use their PS2 when the PS3 is so much better?

That's an easy one because Ps2 has a ton of games and Ps3 has 2 ...JK
I still use mine because I'm broke.I'm going to have to sell a kidney for the PS3/MGS4 combo though.
    
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Samsung offers a 'Zero Dead Pixel Guarantee' on all their LCD monitors.
Not on planet Earth. Here's a copy/paste of Samsung's current policy....

"What Is The Pixel Defect Policy On LCD Monitors?
Since a 15 inch LCD display contains 2,359,296 pixels, a19 inch LCD display contains 3,932,160 pixels, and a 24 inch LCD display contains 6,912,000 pixels, having a few "bad" pixels is not considered a defect. It is rare for a monitor to ship with or develop bad pixels. If or when a bad pixel occurs, it is not an indication that more will occur. It is usually a solitary incident.

A pixel may be Stuck On or Stuck Off. (Bright or Dim) as shown in the examples below:

The minimum number of defective pixels we allow before we will replace an in warranty monitor is as follows:

* For a 15" Monitor - 7 or more bad pixels
* For 17" and 19" Monitors -10 or more bad pixels
* For 21" - 24" Monitors - 17 or more bad pixels.


For questions or the replacement procedure, please contact our Customer Care Center at 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)."
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Damn so basically if you have 16 dead/stuck pixel you're screwed if you have a 21" + monitor. I thought they had a Zero Dead Pixel policy too.
    
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Not on planet Earth. Here's a copy/paste of Samsung's current policy....

"What Is The Pixel Defect Policy On LCD Monitors?
Since a 15 inch LCD display contains 2,359,296 pixels, a19 inch LCD display contains 3,932,160 pixels, and a 24 inch LCD display contains 6,912,000 pixels, having a few "bad" pixels is not considered a defect. It is rare for a monitor to ship with or develop bad pixels. If or when a bad pixel occurs, it is not an indication that more will occur. It is usually a solitary incident.

A pixel may be Stuck On or Stuck Off. (Bright or Dim) as shown in the examples below:

The minimum number of defective pixels we allow before we will replace an in warranty monitor is as follows:

* For a 15" Monitor - 7 or more bad pixels
* For 17" and 19" Monitors -10 or more bad pixels
* For 21" - 24" Monitors - 17 or more bad pixels.


For questions or the replacement procedure, please contact our Customer Care Center at 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)."
Marketing hype? A 1920x1200 has 2304000 pixels...

I guess they figure it's fair to count each color as a separate pixel.
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