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post #1 of 4 Old 07-11-2012, 05:48 AM - Thread Starter
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I have a mitsubishi 65315 hd RPTV form 2005 in excellent working order (so i am not buying anything new), but it only displays 480p and 1080i. I just got a apple tv 2 cheap and i know it has 720p output. Is there any knid of inexpensive switch/box that would upconvert the signal to 1080i (according to my owners manual my yamaha rx-v671 reciever will not do it) and when i hooked up my sons ps3 any game that was native at 720p downscaled to 480p. I'm trying to avoid this with the apple tv 2
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Unfortunately, no 720P on these models ( I have a 65813), and no hardware device will change that. There is a Panasonic 65 inch CRT RPTV that can display 720P. cool.gif
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my yamaha rx-v671 DID upscale to 1080i from 720p thru hdmi even though the manual said it wouldn't, apple tv 2 looks pretty good
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Sorry about my initial response. I hurriedly read your original post and misunderstood it. I somehow read it that you were trying to output 720p to the Mits, which can't be done. confused.gif

Glad you solved your problem.
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