All 720P Plasma TV's seem to be 1024 x 768.
All 720P LDC TV's seem to be 1366 x 768
It is what it is..but just have to wonder why.
I was thinking of getting a Pano like this one:
A friend said he would go for an lcd because the specs of that unit did not seem to be HD specs to him? Quote from him:
"Have you actually looked at the different tvs in person?
For $800 I would get a Samsung or Visio HD LCD and not a plasma.
To me the plasma with 1024x768 pixels is low def not HD -
1920x1080 is HD. Even our cheap 32" is 1366x768 (EDTV).
We would have gotten a 42" HD set except it wouldn't fit
in the entertainment center. As far as that goes, even the
26" LCD set we got is 1366x768."
I watch a lot of sports and it seems response time is not a factor in Plasmas..and reading around..it seems the best plasma is the Pano..as far as user reviews and quality (not breaking down).
I will be watching mostly SD content..
All I can see is the loop they have set up in the stores...how does the the different resolution Plasma (720p 1024 x 768) vs LCD (720P 1366 x 768) translate into picture quality? Can one see a difference in real life tv viewing?
Wish I could change title from Whis to Why