Exactly what is a Geometry Problem on TV's?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Tommy T., Jul 16, 2002.

  1. Tommy T.

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    I am not a video fanatic by any means. Could someone please explain to me the Geometry concerns that many of you have with the Flat TV's. I am currently deciding on which new reasonably priced 27" Flat I should get for my new apt.
    and on my post below several of you have mentioned geometry problems. Thanks!
     
  2. Robert Mayrand

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    Geometry is distortion visible mainly in straight line, or perfectly round object. A simple grid pattern available on many calibration dvd will show this quite clearly. But often you can see it by watching a simple movie. The problem are mainly around the edge of the screen, when you see a straight line like a wall corner going on the side of the tv, sometime you will see that the bottom and top part curve a little for an inch or so, or the complete line become a gentle curve.

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