>>7751024>You can beLIEve that if you want
Your emphasis says otherwise.>overall superiority>as irrelevant as it gets
Can't have both. Oxymoron.
The only area in which CRTs maintain superiority is the image distortion one sees when sitting too closely, especially on bad/older models. Some had more distinct lines, some had softer/fuzzier pictures, and some had mixtures of bullshit going on. Look at this thread alone, people debating lines/fuzz/etc like it's some mandela effect bullshit, when in reality people just had different tvs. And they sat too close to the tv when they were a kid, like damn near every kid does (especially when tethered to a controller). Now they're trying to capture childhood nostalgia on different hardware, which they also sit too close to because damn near everyone sits too close to their monitor.
Maybe you, and others here, had a great childhood and want that feeling again. Or whatever. That's great. Pretending CRTs had some ability to improve the image quality of games whose data wouldn't even register as a fart on modern tech is not great. It's delusional, it is enforcing yourself as your own unreliable eyewitness.