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Fact and Fiction of 1080p HDTV

Posted on Thursday, April 20 2006 @ 06:14:41 CEST by


TeamXbox clears up some myths and clarifies what 1080p HDTV is.
If you already own a 1080p HDTV, it is highly probable that you won’t be able to provide it with a 1080p signal from a PlayStation 3 or a Blu-ray Disc or an HD-DVD player. The good news is that the first 1080p input capable televisions are on the way and if you are planning to get a big screen HDTV, this is the perfect time to invest in a future-proof television.

But before discussing these new HDTVs, it is important to clarify a few myths surrounding HDTV resolutions to truly understand what 1080p brings to the table and, most importantly, when.
You can read it over here.



 



 

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