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 Do HDTV's really need 1080p?

Answer The best way I can answer your question is this. Do you need to have a Maserati to drive to the store. Buying more tv, now anyway, than you need is foolish. Broadcasters are only required right now... Read More »
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Do newer 1080p HDTVs automatically upconvert digital feeds to 1080p?

All 1080p TVs convert the feed source to 1080p. This is a given, unless the source is 1080p (i.e. BluRay, HD-DVD, computer).If you send anything other than 1080p to the TV, then it will upscale an... Read More »
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What is the difference between 1080i&1080p hdtvs?

The "1080" in 1080i and 1080p refers to the display resolution, which is 1920x1080 pixels. The "p" stands for progressive scan and the "i" for interlaced, which are two different ways of displaying... Read More »
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How much more expensive were hdtvs then sdtvs when hdtvs were introduced?

Are lcd hdtvs as reliable as oled hdtvs?

OLED TVs have a much shorter lifespan than LCD TVs and may have burn in issues. LCD TVs are a proven technology and are much more reliable at this point.
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