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Verifying 1080p display

post #1 of 7
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Hi, I have a Samsung C7000, Yamaha 667 and a Samsung 3D BD and a FIOS STB.

I just hooked up everything, those components are all connected via HDMI. Whenever watching TV or the BRay, I seem to only see 1080i show up (on the info box that pops up on the upper left corner from the TV itself or the Info that I can retrieve from the Yamaha on screen display). I'm not really sure when/if I should see 1080p show up and if something isn't working as well as it should.

If anyone could explain what circumstances (and where) I should see 1080p v. 1080i that would be very appreciated.
post #2 of 7
I would guess that the Samsung 3D BD player is capable of 1080p.
Make sure that it's setup for 1080p in the user menu then bypass the Yamaha 667 by going directly into the TV's HDMI in. Then reconnect through the Yamaha 667... if you now see only 1080i, it's something in the Yamaha AVR.
post #3 of 7
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So just to confirm, I shouldn't expect to see 1080p for TV viewing - even thought the AV does upscaling?
post #4 of 7
I've seen a lot of bluray movies only one of them was 1080i,most of them are 1080p24 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1080p .

Connect the blurayplayer direct with HDMI to the tv,scroll thrue the blurayplayer menu make shure its set to 1080p24 (480i - 480p -720p - 1080i - 1080p) .

Cable and satellite stop at 1080i.
post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by fsa317 View Post

So just to confirm, I shouldn't expect to see 1080p for TV viewing - even thought the AV does upscaling?

If I set my Onkyo to upscale to 1080p, it will show on the screen when you hit info on the Sony Bravia remote.
post #6 of 7
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I'm pretty sure I have upscaling turned on - but honestly I'm not a 100% sure. All I know is that so far I've only seen 1080i show up on the screen.
post #7 of 7
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I'm pretty sure I have upscaling turned on - but honestly I'm not a 100% sure. All I know is that so far I've only seen 1080i show up on the screen.

You have a different AVR than I. On mine, whatever res I set, it will show on the screen as long as I am on that input.

I have it setup so I can chose a different video input and the Onkyo will not have any effect. In that case, it will show 1080i.
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