Upconverters will only upconvert a DVD. And it's not true HD, only added content.
This may be a very dumb question. But I wanted other people's views anyway.
I recently bought the Panasonic TH-42PX60U and am looking for an Upconverting DVD player/recorder with an internal hard disk drive. I don't subscribe yet to high definition cable (and probably won't because of the increased price it will be after one year).
My question is.. For such a player, if I were to use the time slip function to watch a "recorded" TV show (where the source is through normal analog cable) and play either from the DVD-RW or Hard disk drive of the recorder (which ever one the show is being recorded to), does that mean I get to watch/convert analog cable into high definition due to the upconverting feature (equivalent of 1080i)? Would this be a sort of loophole to experience "high definition" cable without actually subscribing to high definition cable?
I hope the question is clear..