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  1. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    Sorry if this has been discussed elsewhere and sorry if this isn't the place to post about this but I have a question. I get the impression that all modern displays run in progressive scan mode all the time (though I'm not sure why; it doesn't take a genius to figure out how to retain...
  2. Blu-ray | DVD | Disc Media Players
    Since about 3 years now, camcorders and cameras can record 1080 x 1920 / 60 p MPEG-4/AVC/H.264 video files at 28 Mbps (.m2ts, once 'imported'). Such video files can be of quite impressive quality on a good 16:9 display! Really something worthwhile the quality of a good HT setup! That format, I...
  3. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    So I see that when watching TV on my cable box via HDMI, the resolution is at 1080i. When watching a movie or playing a game through my PS3 (also through HDMI), the displayed resolution is 1080 (no i or p after). After a quick scolding in which a Geek Squad guy said I shouldn't be running the...
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    Progressive Labs LLC www.progressivelabs.net 410 East 20th Street Suite 6G New York, NY 10009 Telephone: 212-254-3541 Email: [email protected] Maker of the MicroSpec Spectroradiometer.
  6. Blu-ray | DVD | Disc Media Players
    i'm about to buy a new tv and i also want to get an upconverting dvd player too. I am looking at a Sony one for like $67, but my question is, is it better to get an upconverting dvd player with progressive scan or does it not really matter? i guess i dont really know a whole lot about...
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