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Pastimes : Home Theater Systems - Designs, Products, Tips and Info

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From: Elroy9/17/2019 7:30:38 AM
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We just bought and hooked up a Samsung 64 inch HD TV.

The resolution on the older broadcast signals is actually worse on the new TV than it is on a 10 year old high end Sony Bravia 55 inch TV. The cable guy was just here, and he said the newer high end TVs are worse with 1980p signals than the older TVs. The HD broadcasts will be better, and the 4K HD broadcasts will be much better, but the older broadcast signals (which I guess are not HD, not 4k and not 1980p, they're instead 1080p) will be worse on the new TV.

That sound right? Any suggestion for how to set the new high end TV so that it can show the older broadcast tech as well as the older TV models?
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