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I heard someone say that CRTs cannot do progressive scan, is there any truth to this? My TV (Samsung Slimfit) suppsodely does 480p and 720p, is it just accepting the resolution and converting it to something else?
 

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I heard someone say that CRTs cannot do progressive scan, is there any truth to this? My TV (Samsung Slimfit) suppsodely does 480p and 720p, is it just accepting the resolution and converting it to something else?

All HD CRTs can truely do 480P. 720P is possibly another story.
 

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All CRT monitors are progressive up to more than 1920x1080p60. Today most CRT HD displays

480p natively. 720p is possible on a TV but not yet created or even being considered.
 

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All HD CRTs can truely do 480P. 720P is possibly another story.

No, some CRT HDTVs don't display 480p, but instead convert it to an interlaced resolution (1080i or 960i, usually).
 

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No, some CRT HDTVs don't display 480p, but instead convert it to an interlaced resolution (1080i or 960i, usually).

What tvs are these?
 
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