Originally Posted by UPENN997
Some how the image is converted to 1080p... I don't get how this is done at all. I don't see how a 1080i signal can be converted to 1080p... if someone can figure that out WE all would like to know.
this process is called "de-interlaced" I think it takes the 1080i 60 and make it 1080p 30. The difference might be that if you have (lets say PS3 signal) 1080p 60, you will have direct output of the original signal "pixel for pixel". That is in part why I choose the LZ over the others. Also, there's more setting options on the LZ, as for the color control ColorMaster: You can individually adjust the hue, saturation, and color brightness for each of six different colors to set the picture just the way you like it.
... and much more!
Also if you don't have an A/V reveiver for your sound system, this set have a really nice sound. It produces a "virtual surround", and has plenty of sound features like:StableSound
: When the signal source is changed, StableSound limits the highest volume level to prevent extreme changes in volume.SRS WOW
: WOW is a special combination of SRS Labs audio technologies that creates a surround sound experience with deep, rich bass from stereo sound sources, making the TV audio sound fuller, richer, and wider. WOW consists of these three features:
* SRS 3D
: turns on/off the surround sound effect
: turns on/off the vocal emphasis effect
: selects the desired bass expansion level (High, Low, or Off)
I have heard the HL in store, and I can imagine that the LZ would be terrific!