How much of a sacrifice in quality is there in converting


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AndyD

Thinking about buying a Samsung tv which looks like doesn't support 720 natively. Standard for the x360 is 720p though and the x360 is one of the main reasons I'm buying a hdtv. Don't want to buy something now just to be disappointed months down the road. Is there quality loss from the conversion?

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bangbang023

which samsung tv are you looking at? Most newer models, including their slimtube 30" hdtv support 720 or 788p natively.

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bangbang023

are you positive? I have these at work and the stats on them clearly state they support 720p. Only CRT I've seen at work to support it so far.

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http://product.samsung.com/cgi-bin/nabc/pr...XR3079WHX%2fXAA

That's the one.  It's not listed in the specs but mentioned in the manual.  Figured since it doesn't show it in the specs the tv doesn't support it natively.

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What do you mean its not mentioned in the specs? Are you looking on the same freaking page you posted?? right on the right;

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Then CEARLY laid out in the SPECs sheet is what your asking about..

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Maybe before you go get a HDTV you should have your EYES checked -- HD is pretty much pointless if your BLIND! ;)

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bangbang023

Well, I didn't see it either on that site because I didn't download the spec sheet. Either way, the set is simply breath taking. If I had the cash, I would snatch it up in a second.

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AndyD
What do you mean its not mentioned in the specs?  Are you looking on the same freaking page you posted??  right on the right;

Then CEARLY laid out in the SPECs sheet is what your asking about..

Maybe before you go get a HDTV you should have your EYES checked -- HD is pretty much pointless if your BLIND! ;)

:p if you click on the spec link at the bottom 480 and 1080 are only listed. I didn't even see the link for the spec sheet :)

bangbang: so the tv looks nice? i had to cancel my vaca for this summer so I'm going to have some extra money. I wanted to get a dlp tv but to be honest i don't need anything bigger than the 30" for now this look like it could satisfy needs for a while. Plus, it being less than $1,000 sure does help the decision :)

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bangbang023
:p if you click on the spec link at the bottom 480 and 1080 are only listed.  I didn't even see the link for the spec sheet :)

bangbang:  so the tv looks nice?  i had to cancel my vaca for this summer so I'm going to have some extra money.  I wanted to get a dlp tv but to be honest i don't need anything bigger than the 30" for now this look like it could satisfy needs for a while.  Plus, it being less than $1,000 sure does help the decision :)

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The ste is gorgeous. Awesome HD quality and one of the best SD pictures I've seen.

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AndyD
The ste is gorgeous. Awesome HD quality and one of the best SD pictures I've seen.

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thanks...that's all I needed to know :) I may actually pick one up in July then.

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