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Tosh48 Hdmi Picture Quality

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by chris210972, Jan 16, 2005.

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  1. chris210972

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    could antone tell mr what the picture quality is like on this tv hook up to a hdmi dvd player?

    also does the tv look any better than it does in pictures?
    it looks very bland, especially for wall hanging.
     
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    Would aslo like to use my Tosh with an HDMI source.

    I've wall-hung mine with all cables concealed and it looks truly fantastic. I wish I was as well hung as my tele.
     
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    What exactly do you want to know?

    I'm using mine with a Denon 3910 via HDMI. The picture is pretty stunning & without any obvious / apparent faults. It's revealing of the quality of the original disk more than anything else, but there don't appear to be ant TV-introduce artefacts like smearing, for example.

    Paul
     
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    I did read that what hifi had criticised the 48's pictures bvia HDMI, saying that they got better results via component and RGB even. Though this is just their opinion obviously.
     
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    I read that too.

    I have tried with component & I think HDMI is better, though not by miles. Some DVDs do look a little grainy via HDMI, but I looked at the same DVDs over component and they were grainy too.

    If you test HDMI with something which is pristine, eg Star Wars, then you wouldn't seem much if any grain. At least I didn't.

    What HiFi is ****e anyway.
     

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