Originally Posted by scherer326
Lander215, I ordered the 50 in, but you think that will be too big. I am about 8 ft away from front of tv to where my eye sight would be. Will HD pq be very bad then.
Personally I think that sitting twice the diagonal distance from a 720p TV would be fine. Still it does partly depend on your eyesight so you might want to see how well a 50" RP LCD looks to you from that distance.
Originally Posted by jeeper78
Sure would be nice if someone with the TV would HOOK UP THEIR PC AND TRY IT FOR US ALREADY... ahem.
Part of the problem is I think may of the people who want this TV for 1:1 pixel mapping are also the people waiting to find out if it can actually do 1:1 pixel mapping. One of those chicken and the egg problems.
Originally Posted by Tecumseh
I don't get how having true 720P quality is a bad thing. Isn't it better than 768 so that there is no scaling involved?
Am I missing something here because I was looking for him to say that true 720p and 1:1 pixel mapping was a great feature
1280x720 is actually better for HDTV but for many reasons it is easy for display manufacturers to hype the benefits of 1366x768. Mainly because it is a bigger number.
Originally Posted by kmil
Two questions: exactly where do you run the two plugs RCA jacks, I think which have a single "mini-plug" that goes into input 1 of the 315. Which connect specifically is the "audio-output" jack in the back of the set? Secondly, when I hook the "audio output" to the rear of the 315 will that ALSO carry the audio from the DVD (which is the "PC" output on the back of my Sammy HLN437W) and then bypass the TV speakers then going directly into the 315?
On page 17 of the user manual, which can be downloaded here
, you can see what the back of the TV looks like. Their is an audio out, which is listed as jack number 8, which you can use for the speaker system.