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post #61 of 68 Old 11-08-2006, 07:28 AM
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FYI some people reported that Westy 37W3 supports 1080p over component as well, which would make this particular model the benchmark as far as 1080p inputs are concerned. Westy has following 1080p inputs: HDMI x1, DVI x2, Component x2, VGA x1. Probably they exist but I'm not aware of any other monitor or TV with such a wide variety of 1080p inputs at any price out of the box.
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post #62 of 68 Old 11-25-2006, 08:05 AM
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Hey wpwj40e, it's been a couple of months...do you think you can update the list?
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So the Westinghouse does 1080p over component. Is anyone aware of any other displays which support 1080p over component?
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Hey wpwj40e, it's been a couple of months...do you think you can update the list?

Using 'Stargate' lingo Sam K, wpwj40e has 'ascended' to Pioneer Elite plasma heaven.
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I know a number of manufacturers are going to be releasing new models in the next month or two. This thread has been very helpful, and hopefully will be updated with newer models and information as it becomes available...
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Hi guys, been reading through this and a few other threads (love that search) and am just looking for confirmation that indeed the Toshiba 42LZ196 and 47LZ196 accept 1080p via HDMI.

thanks!

oh and well, if anyone can comment on how nice they look

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post #67 of 68 Old 12-31-2006, 04:49 PM
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Great thread, would the OP update the summary with the newer information that has surfaced since Sept please? There will certainly be a bunch of new info to add after CES too.
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Any updates? I'm particularly interested in ability to render 24fps film based source in perfect multiples of 24 Hz. (Note that not all 120Hz displays will do this...like JVC's pulldown scheme.)

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