Since I'm getting a PS3 sometime this week, I've been looking at some TV's. This one's cheap, compatible with HDCP, and has Full HD 1080p.
I've translated some of the phrases from German, so I hope it's legible for the English speaking majority here.
SourceOriginally Posted by Amoi Elite LC42T1E LCD-TV 42"
Is it good?
Looks good. Double check that the HDMI inputs ACCEPT 1080p signals if you want to maximize your PS3 experience.
Specs looks good, aside from the contrast which is kinda low for a 1080p TV, but not terrible.
You really have to see it in action before we can judge the quality, the most important thing is how bad the bleeding is.
Many "no name" TV's has horrible bleeding, which destroys the image quality of the TV.
but he means there is no other way to get 1080p on that tv aside from HDMI as every other input is analog.
I'd say, if you are crazy enough, this is better choice
It's abit expencive but overall better and has amazing quality, watched some Corpse Bride from BD in a store. It's FullHD.
"analog can carry 1080p" isn't very meaningful here.
Even if it has, it's still very very uncommon to support 1080p via component. Only a few TV's support can do that.
And it will stay that way, cos hdmi is the future.
scart=scart. A PAL analog input. You'll get better quality with scart than composite and s-vhs, but not as good as component.
It's not component and component doesn't mean it will support 1080p.
Actually for component to not support 1080p would be the rule, for component to support 1080p would be the exception.
I would get a TV that has component inputs aswell for anything else you may want to hook up. Say you get a 360 or wii in the future.
^^ Ah, thx. What about your "the hdmi input must support 1080p" statement?
Read my posts again, I've never said "must", but rather "should".
I work in a electronic store for years, and I know that hdmi doesn't automatically means 1080p support, but that's because some tv's around 2005 still uses first generation hdmi ports, but having a tv with a 2nd or 3rd gen hdmi port would have a bigger chance supporting 1080p signals. Manufacturers choose to use older versions becos they were cheaper and at that time, not many 1080p content (digital tv content) were available anyway, most were 1080i/720p.
It was by summer 2006 that most 1080p tv's would support 1080p input signals
And Europe hasn't even got 1080p tv's untill well into 2Q of 2006.
Since this Amoi TV was made for Europe, I know this cos it has SCART inputs, which are analog inputs used only in PAL countries, it should accept 1080p signals via HDMI.
Reading comprehension ftl.
I don't see the word "must". Also that particular statement was meant for the Amoi TV, not any TV on the market, got that?
Also do you read? Anything? You know.
This thread is about one particular TV, the Amoi, geez, how hard was that.
Read my previous post about HDMI and European 1080p TV's, I'm done in this thread.
Whoa, whoa, Flop_King. Cool down, dude. No need to call each other names!
Sry, I hate when people just create accounts and start running their mouth (or rather their fingers) out of control.
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