Re: First Impressions of HDTV
- From: "Matt" <no@xxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 12:58:18 -0600
Panasonic only makes two 26" HD televisions that I could find. One is a LCD
and has 1366x768 resolution. Thats closest to 720p. The other is tube and
all the specs on it I could find say are 900 horizontal lines. Thats not
native 1080i AFAIK.
Reason I ask is I am looking at buying a native 40" 1366x768 LCD set and am
wondering if it will not look as good as a native 1080i set since most
content is 1080i.
Why the could not have just made one or the other the standard I will never
>> What do you have for a TV? Size and is it native 720p or 1080i?
> Panasonic 26" 1080i. It's for a bedroom, so the size is pretty good for
> now. But I can definitely tell that with HD, bigger would be better.
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