so 1x720 is considered HD then?mal600908 said:The minimum native resolution of the display or display engine is 720 physical lines in wide aspect ratio.
It doesn't mention vertical res.
I'd suggest you go and see the screen in action rather than look at the technical specs. You'll very quickly see that there is a hugh difference in the PV500 favour.loz said:so 1x720 is considered HD then?
More seriously, 1024 is less than 25% increase in vertical resolution compared to a standard plasma.
Hardly seems worth the effort or expense.
It as to be in widescreen format...loz said:so 1x720 is considered HD then?
I have.sjameson said:I'd suggest you go and see the screen in action rather than look at the technical specs. You'll very quickly see that there is a hugh difference in the PV500 favour.
Alternatively you could utilise the plasma as the 'control centre' Wire the video directly to the plasma on AV4 then if you want to record sky to video or tv to video or even dvd to video (macrovision prob won't let you) then you just set AV4 to be the out put and the required source to be the input (you can do this through the Plasma menu options. If you want to use the dvd recorder as the output then set it to AV2 and the required input to be tv/sky/video, etcColdKilla said:So component from es10 to plasma as well as fully wired scart from es10 to av2 on plasma. Then if I have sky+ a fully wired scart from RGB out sky + to AV1 plasma and presumably if I want to record sky to the recorder a scart from the VCR out of the sky box to the 2nd ES10 scart socket?
Altho I think I am right in saying VCR out on sky does not output RGB so if I wanted to record in RGB I will have to use a JS scart thingy to double up the RGB Scart 1 out of the Sky box right???