Will 1080 replace 720 hdtv's soon?

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#1

seems like more and more 1080 models are available…and less and less 720 models are being sold…or am i wrong lol it also looks like more and more of the 1080 tvs are 120hz now. So will 1080 eventually be the standard for hdtv’s or will there always be some 720 tvs?


#2

720 will either eventually die out, or become the defacto standard to replace the cheapskate SDTV market …

But I’d expect it to die out soon, as 1080 becomes incredibly cheap to implement.
Once you go 1080p, there is a multitude of different features to differentiate between the cheap models & the expensive models.


#3

Real HD is 1080P or higher resolution.


#4

Actually HD starts at 1280×720.

Eventually you will see 720p T.V.'s become the past.

Yes there are more 1080p T.V.'s with the 120hz, and they will become the new standard along with a new standard size of around 40"+.

:cool::cool:


#5

[QUOTE=platinumsword;2154861]Actually HD starts at 1280×720.
Eventually you will see 720p T.V.'s become the past.
Yes there are more 1080p T.V.'s with the 120hz, and they will become the new standard along with a new standard size of around 40"+.
:cool::cool:[/QUOTE]
I doubt small TV’s will ever be given the flick … as they satisfy the cheap-ass & the “little TV in the corner” niche markets.

In the smaller sizes though, I suspect that the 720p will be given the flick & 1080i (and possibly 1080p) will be the defacto standard … but they will do away with all the fancy image processing capabilities of their larger brethren … as most people won’t notice the difference anyway, on the small sized screen :iagree:


#6

They will both survive. 1080P support on 30" and smaller TV’s is unnecessary. It is an added cost that isn’t noticable at that size anyway.