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|Originally posted by djs|
On the other hand, 720p is 1280x720, so it doesn't require any horizontal scaling to fit the Pioneers. Personally, I don't feel this is an issue.
|Originally posted by AccuView|
The Pioneer 50" is 1280x768. So how does 720p not require any horizontal scaling? Still learning the basics.
|Originally posted by seattlite|
So, if I output 1280x768 from a DVD player's DVI-D interface into a 50" Pioneer plasma's DVI-D interface will I get a perfect circle?
|Originally posted by bart745|
Pardon my ignorance but will the plasma accept 1280x768 over DVI? The PDP4340/5040HD, over HDMI, only accept 1920x1080i, 720x480p, 1280x720p, and 720x480i ("PC signals are out of correspondence").
|Originally posted by Matt Tucker|
Far as I understand with the DVI, it should accept PC output from your vid card that will give you the 1280x768 if your vid card or system board will allow for that resolution. Most only show a 1280x720 image because of the aspect ratio of most monitors but should allow a 1280x768 image.
And I'm not aware of a DVD player that will output a true 1280x768 image. A 1280x720 through upconversion, but not 768 vertical lines. Maybe I'm wrong about that. Anyone know?