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Just as the title says, whats better in terms of picture quality and 480i/480p signal processing, native resolution 480p LCD or 480p CRT?
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Since this is a Direct View CRT forum, I'd say CRT. biggrin.gif
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How old is this LCD that only has a native resolution of 480p?

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How old is this LCD that only has a native resolution of 480p?
I'd guess around 2000 when 40" LCD's were "whoa!" and no one made them larger at the time. biggrin.gif
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I'd say CRT. I find LCD to look like bleeding when fed with low resolution.
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How old is this LCD that only has a native resolution of 480p?

There were some 4:3 native resolution 640x480 LCD screens. The ones I know about are 15" and 20" TVs. They were manufactured since 2003 all the way 2008. I know some models from Samsung and Sony. I think they looked good when fed with 480p signals since that was its native resolution.
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So you're asking about "monitors" and not TV's?

Anyway... it's 2014. Time to consider expanding your horizons. smile.gif
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Ah the good ol' days of EDTV. I'm surprised all the way up to 2008 but those are awful small (15 to 20 inch).

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So you're asking about "monitors" and not TV's?

Anyway... it's 2014. Time to consider expanding your horizons. smile.gif

You should also expand your horizons, there hasn't always been 60-inch televisions. The TV models I refer to don't even have PC input, they have analog tuner, and have only composite, s-video and component inputs.

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Ah the good ol' days of EDTV. I'm surprised all the way up to 2008 but those are awful small (15 to 20 inch).

Yeah, were good days, everything were posible, HD CRT's and SD LCD's smile.gif
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