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slipstream

Standard Member
I thought that the minimum for HD was 1024/768 (majority of plasma's) but according to which it is ......

"What's the difference between HD-ready and HD compatible?
The 'HD-ready' logo ensures your TV has the minimum screen resolution (1280x720) and digital sockets (either HDMI or DVI) necessary to receive and display a high definition signal."

Anyone know different
 

Jonstone

Well-known Member
Hd ready screens have to have 720 horizontal lines of resolution but the number of vertical lines isn't specified so the which definition is only partly right
 

hornydragon

Well-known Member
"What's the difference between HD-ready and HD compatible?
The 'HD-ready' logo ensures your TV has the minimum screen resolution (1280x720) and digital sockets (either HDMI or DVI) necessary to receive and display a high definition signal."
utter BS..........http://www.eicta.org/press.asp?level2=24&level1=6&level0=1&year=2005&docid=398 from the horses mouth so to speak

4. Requirements for the logo “HD ready”
The EICTA "HD ready" Minimum Requirements for display devices are neutral towards the
technology used (plasma, LCD, DLP, DLA, LCoS, CRT, ...) as well as the implementation
thereof (flat panel, rear projection, front projection, direct view, ...).
A display device has to cover the following requirements to be awarded the logo “HD ready”:
1. Display, display engine
· The minimum native resolution of the display or display engine is 720
physical lines in wide aspect ratio.
2. Video Interfaces
· The display device accepts HD input via:
o Analogue YPbPr1, and
o DVI or HDMI
· HD capable inputs accept the following HD video formats:
o 1280x720 @ 50 and 60Hz progressive (“720p”), and
o 1920x1080 @ 50 and 60Hz interlaced (“1080i”)
· The DVI or HDMI input supports content protection (HDCP)
Obvisouly which dont actually know what they are talking about
 

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