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Samsung LN-S4096D 1080p?

by munu9 / January 1, 2007 1:24 PM PST

Is the samsung LN-S4096D capable of outputting 1080p? It might of said so in the review but it doesn't say that in the specs (under "Supported DTV Resolutions") even though most if not all true 1080p TV's do say so in the specs. It doesn't even say 1080p in the mini specs it gives you when you're searching for a TV. While all other 1080p TV's do say so. Is this a cnet mess-up? Or is the the LN-S4096D just a 1920 x 1080 TV which can't do true 1080p?

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The c/net review clearly states that the model
by NM_Bill / January 2, 2007 1:18 AM PST

displays 1080p natively & that is the highest level available.

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I noticed that but....
by munu9 / January 3, 2007 11:29 AM PST

I noticed that but unlike all other 1080p's, it didn't say "1080p" in any of the specs on cnet. Like under "DTV resolution". Cnet should fix that...

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Check Samsung
by dukelover79 / January 3, 2007 11:12 PM PST
In reply to: I noticed that but....
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by stewart norrie / January 4, 2007 2:51 AM PST

I have the new Sony blue ray player hooked up to my Toshiba 72" d.l.p. set which claimes 1080P and the fact is a 1080P picture might be 4% better than 1080I But hay were talking about a 72" size screen so on anything smaller you are just wasting your money 1080I is the norm and really you cant get any better than that. You guys are all waiting for 1.3. WHY 1080I looks as good as any movie theater in town steweee

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