|Video Processors, Technology & Calibration Discuss the best way to get the most from your video system.|
|View Poll Results: Do you use "edge enhancement"?|
|Yes, edge enhancement is enabled on my display.||0||0%|
|No, edge enhancement is disabled on my display.||3||100.00%|
|I don't know whether or not my display has edge enhancement.||0||0%|
|This is not an option on my display.||0||0%|
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Join Date: Feb 2008
Why not use edge enhancement?
Why do videophiles hate "edge enhancement", so much?
Why do professional calibrators invariably disable "edge enhancement" whenever possible?
The purpose of "edge enhancement" is presumably to enhance the appearance of "edges". If it really does this, then wouldn't everyone want to enjoy the benefits of this "enhancement"? If it doesn't improve the picture, or actually degrades the picture quality, then why do displays even bother having it. (In many devices, there is not even any way to disable it.)
What do you think? Do you use "edge enhancement", or have it disabled?
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