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1152i

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by Phill_1981, Jul 31, 2005.

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  1. Phill_1981

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    Just re-connected all my equipment after fianlly getting my ass in gear and got round to hanging the 32PF9986 on the wall, put a DVD in to test all was ok and now getting a picture of 1152i instead of 576p which I used to get for DVD.

    Why is this, I do not know of any way to change the picture mode with my equipment... is 1152i better than 576p? I had only ever heard of 1080i & 576p before... I am very confused!
     
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    hhhhmmmmm.... just turned the TV off and then on again and im back to 576p!

    Very strange!
     
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    Lol
     
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    1152i is the same as 1080i. Some display manufacturers include the blank lines in the number of lines received whilst others only report the number of visible lines - hence 576=625; 720=??? and 1080=1152
     
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    Yeah, Panasonic seem to do this. 720p is also known as 750p - quite confusing.
     
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    im sure i have seen it say 1080i before too :confused: how does it decide what to display?

    Sony DVD player & Philips LCD
     

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