Difference Between 720p And 1080p Projectors

 

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Difference Between 720p And 1080p Projectors

 

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Based on the resolving ability of the human eye, it is possible to estimate when the differences between resolutions will become apparent. However, as a group, I cannot think of any good reason why a 1080p projector would not produce at least as good an image as a 720p projector on either standard TV, or standard DVD. Slight improvments only and the general population won't notice the differnce at all. You can do the math. Since 720P, by definition compromises video fidelity it is not a desirable choice. Once you have seen and your eyes have grown accustomed to 1080P you will not want to go back to a 720P experience. Probably the only arena where the 720p projector would likely have an advantage is on those HDTV channels that are broadcast in 720p, not 1080i. Probably the only arena where the 720p projector would likely have an advantage is on those HDTV channels that are broadcast in 720p, not 1080i. Now, consider the disadvantages: a) 57 year operational life compared to 25 years or more b) Consumes more power c) Start up delay (not sure& please comment) d) Much bulkier unit than newer LEDs Reply Carlton Bale says: 2014-September-13 at 4:52 pm OLED has all of the advantages of Plasma and of LCD and none of the disadvantages. Posted Feb 11, 2009 6:35:54 PM By Derek Post a Comment Alert Moderator I own a 50" TV, and at that size, I can easily see a difference between even 720p and 1080i content downconverted to 1366x768 (the max resolution for my TV).

 

For example, most 1080p projectors are not as bright as their 720p equivalents. up to 20ft. 1080p projectors. Logic would seem to dictate that investment in a relatively expensive 720p will be money down the drain at SOME point in the future(who knows when). the theaters around here SUCK DONKEY **** for image quality. I'm considering buying a refurbished Epson that is 720p and would like to know your opinion on screens as well as refurbished products.

 

Mario Lemieux is GOD!Go Pens!!!Aguante Boca!!!If dolphins are so smart.why do they live in igloos? Luis Gabriel Gerena is offline Quote post #3 of 47 Old 05-16-2008, 06:51 AM Scoot2300 Member Join Date: Aug 2007 Posts: 91 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s) Quoted: 0 Post(s) Liked: 10 This is all dependent, in my honest opinion, on your viewing distance from your screen. The result is stunning. Move to the more serious comparison of 720p projectors to 1080p projectors, and things get just a touch murkier. If your home theater is going to look something like this, the difference in total cost between 720p and 1080p is too small to worry about. They simply put boundaries on the benefits derived. Thanks for the help. The image has improved so much that I still can't believe it. Now I have seen Blu-ray via hdmi through both native 1080p and native 720p models.

 

Your brain can perceive acutance far beyond the grid resolution of a subtended angle. It is that more than resolution that is responsible for much of the debate as to whether the 1080s have a better picture than the 720s when comparing like to like (e.g., DLP to DLP, LCOS to LCOS, etc.). It will play 1080p content via it's HDMI input. You Benq W9000 is better than your former HD1000U in many other area beside pixel counts. If the TV's processor does a good job, the image will display smooth edges and have no noticeable artifacts for both 720p and 1080i input sources.However, the most telltale sign that a processor is not doing a good job is to look for any jagged edges on objects in the image. Just replaced a 5 year old 503 plasma set (that developed a horizontal line) with another 513 plasma set, 720p, ($399), same brand (it was easy to put all the connections in the same places and not have to use a different remote). Now, there are various ways to deal with each, such as 1080i, 1080p, and so on, but not in this article. 3) Technology- Blu-ray player reading the data take a while to select the scene due to large amount of data in the disc and improvement need time to perfect. Personally, my feelings is that for RPTVs (aka big screen TV), in most homes, the move from 720p to 1080p is marginal, and likely invisible to most people buying sets under 503 diagonal. 6e8412f8ec

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