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42 Inch Hd Ready LG LCD TV with free Glass Stand- £499.00 @ TJHughes

£499.00 @ TJ Hughes
Saw this today, thought was a good price with a free stand, worth 79.99! Has 2 x hdmi, 2 x scart, 1 x component, 1 pc Twin XD engine Built in freeview Res- 1366 x 760 Il upload a picture I t… Read More
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Saw this today, thought was a good price with a free stand, worth 79.99!

Has 2 x hdmi, 2 x scart, 1 x component, 1 pc
Twin XD engine
Built in freeview
Res- 1366 x 760

Il upload a picture I took as soon as I can xx
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#1
i looked at the 50"plasma in crawley same res 1366 x 768 600hz 2million contrast £649 but then thought my pc monitor 1280x1024 so its lower res than a standard pc monitor shop around ... its ok if you not a tech and just want a hugh telly :)
#2
yeah.

once you go above 37 inches. it should be full hd - 1920 x 1080
#3
wanderer
i looked at the 50"plasma in crawley same res 1366 x 768 600hz 2million contrast £649 but then thought my pc monitor 1280x1024 so its lower res than a standard pc monitor shop around ... its ok if you not a tech and just want a hugh telly :)


Lol no idea what any of that means, regarding the last bit though I agree :whistling: x
#4
wanderer
i looked at the 50"plasma in crawley same res 1366 x 768 600hz 2million contrast £649 but then thought my pc monitor 1280x1024 so its lower res than a standard pc monitor shop around ... its ok if you not a tech and just want a hugh telly :)


agreed :thumbsup:
#5
as tv even in HD isnt usually broadcast in 1920x1080, it can actually look worse in a higher res, depending on how good the upscaling capability of the TV's chip might be.

some HD broadcasts have been in 1080i which is a step up from 720 but a TV would have less problem downscaling a larger res than upscaling a lower one.

1080 isnt the gold at the end of the tv rainbow unless you use it as a PC monitor, with a PS3 or blu ray.
#6
I am quite happy with a 42" 1080i panel, V+ only outputs at 1080i the Xbox 360, Blu Ray and HD DVD all look fine at 1080i too.
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1080i is worse than 720p.

The last value of the new HDTV's (????x720p etc) indicates how many vertical lines it displays.

The two letters after all these are "interlaced" and "progressive" (i and p respectively)

Interlaced displays every other line of the screen per frame (line 1,3,5,7,9,etc). Then the next frame shows the rest (line 2,4,6,8,etc). So the actual quality you get per frame is half of 1080i (so it actually 540).

Progressive shows all lines every frame, so no loss in detail.

Standards should read like so

1080p
720p
1080i
480p

You should avoid buying any version of the "i" versions, you will regret it later.

The you tube link below will explain better, just ignore the fact he is stood in front of a lake :/

720p vs 1080i HD Explained
#8
Hot btw;-)

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