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 Does VGA support HD 1080p?

Answer A VGA cable will transmit a 1080p signal with no problem,VGA as a video standard will not do 1080p (1920x1080 pixels), the 2 post before me is getting VGA resolution (limited to 640x480 pixels) mix... Read More »
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Does the Xbox 360 HD DVD player support 1080p?

The HD DVD player function of the Xbox 360 can output a 1080p video signal over a VGA or HDMI connection, but only a 1080i signal when using component video cables. You'll need a TV that can displa... Read More »
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What is the difference in a Blu Ray being displayed at 1080p and a DVD that has been upconverted to 1080p?

That's a question that many consumers ask.The DVD itself has 480 lines of resolution. The conversion multiples and makes some calculations to give you the 1080p. The picture has the same resolution... Read More »
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Normal DVD player that is not 1080p is compatible with 1080p samsung tv?

The proper question to be asked would be: is an 1080p samsung TV compatible with non-1080p DVD players? Probably YES, because most devices today are made to be backward-compatible (ie. be able to p... 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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