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Low res Panny or HD Panny when it comes out

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by greyhorse, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. greyhorse

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    I have posted before and cant decide on the low res th42pe50 or wait for the new HD 1024 X 768 model due out in may.

    I have tried a couple of tests on my 17" LCD wide screen PCmonitor/ TV.

    I have played dvds, using power dvd and can really notice the change in screen resoloutions.

    I have tested 1280x768, 1024x768,848x480,800x600.

    The quality of the image playing from the high res 1280x768 is clearly visiable, will this be the case with the two mentioned Panasonics side by side ???
    Do plasma screens work in the same way as the tests I have just mentioned? :lease:
     
  2. ukdan

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    Its not long to wait now so i would hang on and get a demo of both. thats what im going to do
     
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    Greyhorse,

    You have seen the difference on your PC monitor. It is exactly the same on a plasma only on a bigger scale. My high def panel is in a different league to the SD that it replaced - shame it won't do 720p or 1080i @50 Hz via DVI!
     

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