The Quality of broadcast

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by Hodman, Sep 3, 2004.

  1. Hodman

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    The arrival of large screen panels is highlighting a new problem which perhaps in the days of smaller screen size wasn't an issue.

    I remember when 28" screens where described as massive and when used with a good quality analogue signal there was little to complain in terms of picture quality.

    Now 32" is considered a minimum requirement for home cinema use with most enthusiast opting for 42" and above.

    Armed with that brand new 42" panel, we are now casting a very critical eye on the quality of our digital low bit rate broadcasts.

    Will it force a re-think of the current trend toward quantity against quality?
     
  2. dingo8yobaby

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    i hope it will. its a case of us here in the uk having the screens but bugger all to show on them! this will remain the case until hi-def rears its head.
    (i dont count euro 1080 as its interlaced and more importantly they dont show anything worth watching).
     
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    Don't worry about it being interlaced, deinterlacing is not a problem, the content is simply dire I have to agree.
     

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