Re: 720P, 1080p
- From: Bob Miller <bob@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 06 Jul 2007 14:02:02 GMT
"Bob Miller" <bob@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:pJ9ji.4002$rR.3162@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxWell we disagree. I think the whole point of 1080P is to sell higher margin TV sets. I don't think many customers are paying the extra freight just so they can sit a couple of feet closer to their TV set.ValveJob wrote:On Thu, 5 Jul 2007 11:40:09 -0500, "Richard" <nomailplease.com> wrote:Well "new" 720P sets will be newer/faster also. No advantage for a 1080P set there.
Someone told me that most high definition channels out there and those that will be broadcast in HD will in in 720p format. The only benefit to get a 1080p is for HD DVD like blue ray. Is this true?Absolutely not. The electronics should be newer/faster and do a
better job of rendering 720p and 1080i, too.
No broadcast in 1080P. No content OTA, maybe cable or satellite will offer it but not in the near future IMO.
Anything 50" or smaller will not show much difference unless you are into counting pixels instead of watching TV. If you sit close enough to see pixels your are too close in my book. And if you can't see pixels I don't think you will see much difference between 1080i, 720P or 1080P on anything 50" or smaller.
That's the whole point of 1920 x 1080. If you sit close enough to the screen that you can just see the 1280 x 720 pixels you won't see the 1920 x 1080 pixels. Go compare a 42 inch plasma to a 40+ inch full resolution LCD set.
I think they are buying them because they are ignorant of the real issues involved.
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