Originally Posted by JimP
I see what you are saying. However, if you multiply 1920 by 1080, you get 2,073,600 which agrees with the number of pixels per panel as shown on page 115 of 120 on the row where it says SXRD Panel.
Please excuse my ignorance, but what does pixel count have to do with a progressive output?
I mean, Isn't it true that just because the LCoS panels have a high resolution, doesn't mean that the TV is outputting a progressive signal, or both halves of the interlaced signal simultaneously.
Having high res. components are great if Sony is actually using it for that purpose, but what if they are not.
You could be all dressed up for the party, but totally uninvited.
I believe it might be a little hasty, and even reckless to make any assumptions, or to put any words in the manufacturers mouth.
I'm not pointing fingers at anyone, but rather just making an observation!
I've read a lot of articles that suggest that many manufacturers have found some creative ways to advance the technology more quickly, but with a heavier emphasis on doing it cheaply, and in some cases to the detriment of quality... but that's nothing new!
Call me cynical, but for that kind of money... I'd want to be sure.