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stet
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join:2002-03-08
Utica, MI
reply to ImpldConsent

Re: Time for a new TV.. Need advice.

said by ImpldConsent:

BTW, is it me or does 720p look much better than 1080i...? 1080i looks smeared.

That's to be expected, you bought a 720p TV.
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ImpldConsent
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said by stet:

That's to be expected, you bought a 720p TV.

Agreed, it does accept 1080i/p signals but I did not expect it to display differently, but it does. I've never had a 720p before, they've all been 1080p. It's a mid-200.00 Samsung. I didn't look at anything other than HDMI-CHECK, THIN-CHECK, CHEAP-CHECK. Hung it, plugged it in... works. Thx
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darcilicious
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The de-interlacng isn't all that great then, apparently.

AZinOH

join:2007-04-25
Swanton, OH
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reply to stet
said by stet:

said by ImpldConsent:

BTW, is it me or does 720p look much better than 1080i...? 1080i looks smeared.

That's to be expected, you bought a 720p TV.

I don't have any problem with 1080i on my 720p Samsung LN32C350D1D (2 years old)...it looks just fine.