Originally Posted by mklawz
Please help a newbie.
I own a Sony E2000 46". And I just received my DVP-NS75H yesterday. After popping in a couple different DVD's, I'm not noticing anything special about this player. I hooked it up to my TV using HDMI. I have the HDMI settings set to "Auto". Anything else I should be doing?
I have the 50" E2000. I went from an old Sony 5 disc player that didn't even do progressive to this player and noticed a huge difference. My son's playstation, over composite @ 480i, looks bad too when playing a movie. But, I keep hearing the same as the others are saying....a newer progressive is just as good.
The only thing I can suggest is to set the HDMI to 720p (the e2000's native resolution). Since the e2000 "can" take a 1080i signal the "auto" function will send out 1080i. The other setting is Y(something, something) or RGB, the manual suggest the Y?? setting. Might help, might not.
I really don't think any of this will do you any good tho. I actually like 1080i on my e2000 since the background image (the part that is out of focus) looks better to me instead of 720p.
Does the pic actually look "near-HD" like it is supposed to? If it does, then that's as good as it's gonna get.