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Old November 30th, 2008, 10:23 AM   #1
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HDTV as monitor - native resolution

As I understand it: you get the best quality video when the Source Resolution matches the Native Resolution of the display.

If a tv says it's Native Resolution is 1080p, does that mean it takes a 1080i60 signal and deinterlaces it to display 1080p60? if so, doesn't that degrade the 1080i signal by interpolating each field into a full frame - resulting in only 960 x 540 TRUE RESOLUTION?

(why is this all so confusing? maybe I should give up huffing paint!)

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