Originally Posted by netspots
I am SO glad you said that. Thank you!! I was beginning to feel like I was the only one that thought the 6000's WXGA was dull.
Tell me something.... another problem I had with the 6000's WXGA was viewing angles. It seemed like the screen needed to be pushed back to *just* the right spot -- otherwise it didn't look good. If you even moved your head slightly, it was off.
So, since you can do an actual comparison, can you please tell me how the viewing angles on the 9300's WXGA+ compare to the viewing angles on the 6000's WXGA?
The 9300 has much better vertical viewing angles than the 6000, however if you move much off center the screen will dim noticably on the 9300. Still a WAY better display than the 6000 though. I also had a 9300 with the Samsung WXGA+ and it was also way better than the 6000's, though it's blacks were not nearly as nice as the LG's, sort of a washed out glowing dark grey slightly similar to the 6000 display. I'll try to turn on the 6000 later and do a more exact viewing angle comparison for you.