1080p24 LCD Screens (>32" - <40")

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    If I was to look at LCDs smaller then 40" but bigger the 32" which one would support 1080p24?

    I'm aware of:

    Philips 37" 37PF9731D/10
    Toshiba 37" 37X3030D

    Any others I should be aware of?
     
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    Sharp LC-32GP1U, hopefully being released very soon !

    Its a 32" they do a 37" in that series too.
     
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    Samsung M86/M87 37"
     
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    Not strictly a 1080p24 AFAIK
     
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    Philips 37" 37PF9731D/10 doesn't support 1080p as input.

    For more info see:

    http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2006/11/01/Philips-Cineos-37PF9731D-37in-LCD-TV/p1

    excerpt:

    "Despite the resolution, this TV will not accept a 1080p input, but I am generally of the opinion that this isn’t too much of an issue. Many people are under the impression that a 1080i source will give you a poorer image than a 720p source, due to its interlaced nature. However, if you feed a 1080i signal into an LCD TV it will de-interlace it and display it as progressive video. Of course the downside is that a 1080i 60 signal becomes 1080p 30 video, so it’s not quite as good for fast moving footage like sports."

    Although Philips will introduce a new set of full HD tv's in the upcoming months, which do support 1080p as input. Perhaps it's worth waiting a few months for those (that's at least what I am doing atm).
     
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    A 1080P screen which doesn't accept 1080P? That doesn't make sense.
     
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    I actually thought that they had got that wrong on the specs.

    Nice looking screen though.
     
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    but accept 1080P signal. the thread clearly states "support 1080P", has nothing to do with panel resolution.
     
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    OK. Shall we say - Accepts 1080p - Displays 1080p ?
     
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    And the title of the thread is clearly "1080p24 LCD Screens" and the op clearly states he's aware of two models which happen to feature a 1,920 x 1,080 panel so i'm so sorry to to be as presumptious as to think that's what he was looking for and not a 1366 x 768 panel which "supports" a 1080p input.
     
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    To be fair, yours was the first post to mention resolution.
     
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    Yes i did, and the reason being from what i understood from "1080p24 LCD Screens" was that Barghest was looking for information on lcd screens with a native resolution of 1080p not "768p LCD Screens that will scale a 1080p input" so obviously i was in the wrong pointing out one of the screens recommended was'nt (obviously in only my opinion) what Barghest was looking for.
     

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