Was wondering if for smaller LCD TVs how much of a picture quality difference there is watching digital or HDTV television programs compared to analog reception. Trying to determine if it's worth it to switch from analog. Mine is a 22" LCD.
I have a Samsung LTM-225W (22") and use it for HD viewing. It's definitely not movie screen size but the increased quality of the HD picture can easily be discerned from a typical, interlaced SD CRT of the same size, even when viewed from several feet away. In fact, it looks a whole lot better.
We have a 20 inch Sony TV in our bedroom, a good 12-15 feet from the head of our bed. I had been thinking of replacing it with a 22-23 inch LCD (a 30 won't fit), but it sounds like its gooing to be a waste of money. Any suggestions.
I've viewed my LTM-225W LCD from 8' to 10' feet away. The picture looses the "big image" WOW! factor but keeps the incredible detail. The pixels almost go away creating a small but incredibly detailed and smooth image.
As I state from time to time, one of the most incredible pictures I've ever seen on *any* screen is the 5.8" LCD display that came with the out-of-production Toshiba SD-P1000 LCD/DVD portable player. Amazing detail, color, and realism.
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