- Apr 2, 2002
Just wondering If there is a quality diference between these two? Does the glass hdtv have a better picture when viewed from angles? If so, how much better? Which is the best way to go?
A well-designed RPTV with 7-inch and larger CRTs will resolve more detail.
I'll add that it's all even more so with FPTV, especially with 8 or 9 inch CRTs that use electromagnetic focusing, which produces a tighter beam than the electrostatic focusing used in RPTVs. CRT RPTVs and FPTVs also have NO slot mask or pixel count to limit their resolving power. It's determined by the electronics.
I dont meant rear projection, I mean hd projection tv monitors compared to the glass variety.
Could you elaborate on what you mean by "hd projection tv monitor?" "HD projection tv monitor" might mean rear projection or front projection. "Glass variety" might mean direct view. All of these options have been discussed. Do you have something else in mind?