|Originally posted by clone|
I don't care much for HD so I wanted to know which type of TV will have the best PQ from an analog feed.
|Originally posted by MrMike6by9|
Do yourself a favor and try to find someone who can show you a primetime network show like CSI in HD. You might change your opinion.
I chose a GWIII because it seemed to handle SD/analog better than a Sammy DLP. You might want to look for a good CRT but why waste your money if the picture quality doesn't matter?
|Originally posted by Jet Champion|
This country is attempting to one day land a man on Mars and one day have 1080p television for all. We have line quadruplers, scan converters, ghost cancellation circuits, all kinds of stuff. Now I know that SD isn't very profitable, but answer me this...does anyone in the world have the advanced Star Trek intelligence required to make SD look good on digital TV--is it something so advanced that only the Creator has the capacity to do? Is it impossible to make SD look good? I know it isn't profitable and TV is changing so why worry, but 100 years from now will some video engineer try to design devices that will take old SD material from the past century and make it look good? Real genius isn't involved in making good things great. Real genius would be making SD look great--actually taking in garbage and outputting art...I dream dreams that never were and ask Why not?(I hope some copyright owner doesn't get me for saying that!)
|Originally posted by GooglyBear|
you want something that'll really bake your noodle? Try this.. for all the technological advances that has been made in any industry.. Floppy Disks, are still around and are still on nearly 99% of computers out there, lol
..why? -.- heh
|Originally posted by Mr Bob|
And some do a darn fine job of taking DVD's 480i and turning it into a highly respectable 1080i! LiteOn, Momitsu, Samsung and Bravo all use the Sigma 8500 chipset