Re: True 1080p
- From: "Harlo Peterson" <me@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 02:21:25 GMT
"Matt" <no@spam> wrote in message news:1226kfn6pifbme2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
things considered is it worth waiting for a 1080p set that actually
supports 1080p on its inputs? I could tell the difference between the
720p set and the 1080p set when sitting side by side but wander if the the
1080i vs 1080p input is worth the wait.
We have the same consideration on 480p displays. Absent a real progressive
display source, the question comes down to how good is the line doubler in
the source device compared to the line doubler in the display itself. If you
get a real good line doubler in the display and don't have a progressive
source you can get away with feeding the display an interlaced input and
letting the display device itself create the progressive display internally.
On the other hand if you have a really good external line doubler, better
than the display's internal one, you need the display to accept the
progressive input from the external line doubler.
On the third hand if you have a progressive source, such as the output from
a computer display card, you would want a progressive input.
When I upgrade, I am getting a progressive display that will accept 1080p60.
I plan to use the display as both a computer monitor and as a TV monitor.
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