Will it make a difference which one i have for watching My sky hdi or is full HD the way to go?
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mentalinc: plus most HD ready tvs run at 4:3 resolutions (non widescreen)
Example 1: http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/tvs-dvds/televisions/plasma-televisions/panasonic-th-p42x10z-42-hd-plasma-television/prod12318.html
Example 2: http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/tvs-dvds/televisions/plasma-televisions/samsung-ps42b450-42-hd-plasma-television/prod11685.html
jerry77: clevedon, much difference between the two with pic quality?
login: My rule of thumb is that if you are buying 32 inch or smaller you are unlikely to spot a difference between HD ready (1376 x 1080i) and full HD (1920 x 1080p) unless you habitually watch it from a distance of under 1 metre!
login: Yes, quite right. My faux pas is now fixed. I myself had a HD ready TV at 1366 x 720p/1080i. I think any manufacturer trying to pass off a full HD TV now that only supported 720p/1080i and not 1080p would rightfully be labelled a fraud.
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