PlayStation 5 + Xbox Series X Tested on CRT: Is Image Quality Really Better Than Any Modern Screen?

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Sony's vintage 2003 GDM-FW900 CRT monitor is a 24-inch widescreen display renowned for delivering all of the advantages of CRT tech - stunning image quality and full motion resolution - combined with support for input resolution up to 2560x1600. Modern PC games still look amazing on it, but what about PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X? Is image quality really better than any modern screen, or do the latest black frame insertion techniques deliver equivalent motion resolution to this incredible screen? John Linneman explains all.

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