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Blu ray Processing

by jim_neufeld / March 25, 2009 7:22 AM PDT

Will the superior HQV processors contained in the newer blu-ray players provide better picture quality on older LCD televisions?


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how to measure?
by Pepe7 / March 25, 2009 8:53 AM PDT
In reply to: Blu ray Processing

Potentially, but since PQ is partially subjective, it would be hard to really evaluate such subtle improvements (if any) IMHO. Upgrading the LCD is likely to make more of an impact IMO.


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Agree, but in addition...
by Dan Filice / March 25, 2009 11:15 AM PDT
In reply to: how to measure?

to what Pedro mentioned, the video processor in BR players will differ from brand to brand, and especially will differ when comparing low-end models to high-end. A high-end BR player from OPPO, Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, etc, will more than likely contain a better processor than the $39 one at Walmart. The same applies to TVs, where the better TVs have better video processors. You probably won't find the same video processor from a $1500 Samsung or Sony in a $499 Dynex.

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