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435xde resolution question

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by ikon66, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. ikon66

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    Ok, don't wanna sound thick but when I'm viewing my plasma and change channels the dialoge box in the top RH corner dispalys the channel and time etc it also displays 625i

    What is this? is it the resolution? and what does the i stand for.

    Also is it possible to increase the resolution or is it set by the source.

    cheers

    Paul
     
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    thats standard pal interlaced, 625 lines (576 visible) interlaced. If you feed it ntsc progressive, it would display 525p. feed it 720p hdtv and it will display that. the resolution is set by the source, unless you get a scaler to upscale to hd res. or get a dvd player with scaling built in.
     
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    cheers for the info :lesson:
     

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