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  Reply # 327268 6-May-2010 10:11
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Another question. Which is the best setting to have the STB on 720p or 1080i?
Although my tv is not full hd. it does detect and upscales I guess to 1080p or tries to. I have a Panasonic plasma

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  Reply # 327312 6-May-2010 11:29
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richms: Yes, Old people are one group I know have plenty of them.

Plus many old tvs did have composite in but on a scart or a BNC or something even more exotic. Ask sky how many modulators they have to shift with mysky upgrades and old tvs and it will suprise you I bet.
Time to get with the times then (or will be some day).

Wills1: Another question. Which is the best setting to have the STB on 720p or 1080i?
Although my tv is not full hd. it does detect and upscales I guess to 1080p or tries to. I have a Panasonic plasma
Whichever looks best.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 329411 12-May-2010 15:21
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Or find a box that outputs native resolution.

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