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Discussion in 'Gear' started by Gunny, Jun 26, 2007.
Of course I could. You cannot compare broadcast and the Blu-Ray. 2 different things.
You clearly do not have your display calibrated appropriately if you cannot tell the difference in SD DVD and either HD DVD format. While I do not see the difference in 1080i vs 1080p material, the difference in SD DVD and HD DVD content is pretty amazing. Though I will admit that certain titles have been transferred much better than others.
Do you guys know how many times the deadline to switch to HD has been set??? At least two or three. I really don't know if this is another ploy, if the FCC will give in again.
All I know is that every TV retailer is making mega bucks off of it.
Didnt say I couldn't tell a difference. I said I couldn't tell much difference. Nobody can, though many pretend there's a night and day difference. It's silly.
I don't pretend, I know there is a night and day difference. I see it every day at work. Just because you don't see it, doesn't mean it isn't there.
Gloat knows what everyone really thinks and means.
Ahh...master of time and space...why didn't you say so?
while I don't think this is a very good example, it does show considerable smoothing when upscaling - notice the considerable lack of "jaggies"
not sure what settings their display is set to to, but I'd say the sharpness is crank down far to low
I am playing God Of War 2 on the ps3, and for comparison, I tossed it into a ps2 and there is a BIG difference
mouse over the pics to see the differences
That's pretty impressive, I think shot 10 was one of the ones where you can see the most difference.