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Subject: Re: Blu Ray 1080P Date: 11/4/2012 12:53 AM
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Just make sure, Mike, the player’s resolution output is set to 1080p. Your DVDs are at 480 and the player’s upscaling will bring this up to 1080 and you’ll be most pleased with the result.

Question: the Blu-ray players that upscale to 1080p... can they typically upscale to 720p, or will a 720p TV do an acceptable job of downscaling?


The Blu-ray player’s resolution can be set from 480i to 720p and 1080i or p. In brief, set the player to the TV’s native resolution. Most TV engines can upscale yet its better if the source (be it a player or a a/v amp) gives what the TV’s top resolution can handle.

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