Originally Posted by chinch /forum/post/0
you're not wrong.
component won't do 1080p
Originally Posted by chap /forum/post/0
I was under the impression that 1080p required the use of DVI/HDMI. Am I wrong? Are there any TV's that accept a 1080p signal via component?
The reason I ask is because if it doesn't then how can the cheap version of the PS3 output 1080p with now HDMI port?
Originally Posted by paintit77 /forum/post/0
Component will do 1080p all day long! The problem is that HDTVs need new hardware to display it. Component video cables will go to a horizontal resolution of 2160 @ 30 frames per second in very short distances (1 meter or less) but it will send the video through its pipe.
Component is a very robust system with one problem, Hollywood can't control it.
Originally Posted by AV_Integrated /forum/post/0
The Westinghouse LVM-42w2 is specified as accepting 1080p over component.
This means that any of the PS3 video games that are 1080p capable can be paired with that display for 1080p over component. Yes, it is possible.
Originally Posted by Ursa /forum/post/0
I need to dig up the quote, and then the spec. kjack indicated that 1080i was as high as analog component went in the official specs.
Originally Posted by kschmit2 /forum/post/0
Also keep in mind that the provisions in the BD-ROM A/V license do NOT extent to PS3 games, so the games might output 1080p over component if Sony chose to allow that.
Originally Posted by necrolop /forum/post/0
Im disapointed that Sony is even making a version without HDMI.