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Hey guys..


My G70 is set up for 1080i at the moment which means my HR-20 is scaling & interlacing 720p video.. Is it worth my time to calibrate it to the 720p native Fox signal? Anyone doing/considered doing this?


Can I save my 1080i settings before I re-cal to the 720p signal? I have the older firmware on my G70, so I don't have the memory block thing (not sure that would help me here anyway..
 

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boy - if what you say is true, glad I don't have a G70 after all...I have half a dozen blocks in my 980 (NEC) - while I don't see a lot of difference, I like to have the pj and stb both at native rate for the absolute best picture. But no idea if or how you'd save settings on the Sony - would only assume you could, since so many here say they are so much better than lowly NECs.
 

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IMHO-native rate is best. Hard to tell at a glance but in general, after a while I notice the picture is more life-like. Plus with sports you are more likely to see interlacing artifacts at 1080i...IMO.
 

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Originally Posted by picree /forum/post/12995218


IMHO-native rate is best. Hard to tell at a glance but in general, after a while I notice the picture is more life-like. Plus with sports you are more likely to see interlacing artifacts at 1080i...IMO.

What he said, using XG-751.
 
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