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understanding HD, upconverting, etc....

by NeONGeneSAr / October 20, 2006 1:15 PM PDT

I'm new to the HD world, having just received the Pioneer PDP-5070HD yesterday. I thought it had the ability to upconvert source signals to it's native 1080i resolution, but I was wrong. I now understand it ACCEPTS source signals up to 1080i (and downconverts 1080p to 1080i as well). Now, I'm a little frustrated with my 480p DVD player/HTIB, actually, a little more than little, as I've been thrust into the appealing 1080i resolution of my HD cable broadcasts.

I thought of just buying an upconverting DVD player since I watch a lot of movies, but what about my PS2 and XBOX? Then I read about the Denon AVR-4306. I DO need a futureproof ''nerve center'' for my home theater. It can upconvert analog signals to 1080i very well, which covers my DVD player and both game consoles (hmmmm....and the VCR?). I know I don't need an upconverting DVD player AND an upconverting A/V receiver, right. As for futureproof, it can pass 1080p signals of the PS3 and HD-DVD/Blu-Ray players..... when I'm $$$$ ready. HDMI 1.3? Well, it's a little too late for that for me...

Sound like a sound investment?

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Hi, NeonGene, and welcome to Speakeasy
by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / October 20, 2006 1:29 PM PDT

Unfortunately, while we all use computers and some are fairly expert, this really isn't one of the tech help forums for which CNet is noted. It sounds like the Home Audi and Video Forum would be most appropriate for your questions, but you can check our other forums here. (That's the same link as the "Back to CNET Forums" just below the green bar at the top of the page).

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oops!
by NeONGeneSAr / October 21, 2006 6:08 PM PDT

i see that now. as u can tell, i'm new here. =P

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