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  1. Eltaco's Avatar
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    I am not sure that color LCD's use polarization film. I think it is mostly used on LCD's that use digits in their display, whether dot matrix or dash type. Example would be a radio display that shows the digits lit on a dark background. You can peel and reinstall the polarization film 90 degrees off from initial installation and you will have a lit background and dark digits. Example LCD conversion on a Scion tC I think what is being seen on the Pre is the fact that you have a molded plexi screen, and I have noticed strange patterns in plexi and acrylic while viewing with polarized glasses.
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    I have a pair of Oakley polarized sunglasses and while wearing them the Pre screen has a rainbow shimmer across it. It's still highly readable though and doesn't annoy me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DougB541 View Post
    Polarized glasses have always distorted LCD screens.
    Same here..... Nothing new.
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