Output resolution

dougan

Active Member
I have a new Sony 760 and Onkyo 607.
I have a 42" Panny plasma, but not full HD, 1080i or 780P. I have left the Blue Ray player on 1080P output into the 607. Would it be better to set it at 1080i or 780P. Or would the TV just downscale it any way.
Would the Onkyo change the resolution from the 760?

Thanks
 

Avi

Distinguished Member
I have a new Sony 760 and Onkyo 607.
I have a 42" Panny plasma, but not full HD, 1080i or 780P. I have left the Blue Ray player on 1080P output into the 607. Would it be better to set it at 1080i or 780P. Or would the TV just downscale it any way.
Would the Onkyo change the resolution from the 760?

Thanks
What's the native resolution of the plasma ?

Some display have issues with film based deinterlacing which may cause artefacts with interlaced input. Also some panels don't conform to standard output resolution i.e. 720x1280, 1080x1920 and rescale to their native res anyway.

AVI
 

tom 2000

Distinguished Member
I have a new Sony 760 and Onkyo 607.
I have a 42" Panny plasma, but not full HD, 1080i or 780P. I have left the Blue Ray player on 1080P output into the 607. Would it be better to set it at 1080i or 780P. Or would the TV just downscale it any way.
Would the Onkyo change the resolution from the 760?

Thanks
If you are putting 1080p into the tv and seeing a picture then the tv must be scaling and interlacing to display the image. Trust your eyes and pick the setting you think is best. At the end of the day it may not matter which device in the chain scales.

PS a more knowledgable member just beat me to it.
 

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