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    Default Remember my TV?

    My 28" Tv I am always going on about the rubbish one, well when I got my 360 to dual out put from the HDMI port the native resolution of 1280x1024 has now become 1920x1080 lol. Somehow the TV was meant to be HD because it looks so much better then the TV downstairs which is natively 1920x1080p.
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    Shouldn't this be in off-topic?

    When it comes to displays, whatever looks better, is probably better
    Regardless of resolution




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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous Blah View Post
    Shouldn't this be in off-topic?

    When it comes to displays, whatever looks better, is probably better
    Regardless of resolution
    Well its to do with gaming, but that isnt my question lol I just dont get how the TV has only enough pixels for native resolution of 1280x1024. So I just dont see how the TV can be run on 1920x1080 when it dont have enough to support it and yet still look better then my 32" downstairs that is natively 1080i.
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    I don't get it. Is the TV natively 1080i?

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    The reason it probably looks better is because it's smaller in size. The same resolution, but in a more condensed space will make it look better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psyko View Post
    I don't get it. Is the TV natively 1080i?
    Nope natively my 28" TV is 1280x1024 it was designed to be a widescreen Computer monitor. I will try get the specs up off of the website if I can find the TV model again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peza View Post
    The reason it probably looks better is because it's smaller in size. The same resolution, but in a more condensed space will make it look better.
    I second that...
    Higher PPI




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    Yeah I agree it looks better on a smaller display but this Amazon link says that its supposed to support only 1280x768 or smaller and its 26" lol my bad.

    LG RZ-26LZ50

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    I don't really understand what you're asking for.

    General Discussion -> General Xbox 360 discussion

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    I was just asking that is this normal for a TV to do this? I thought displays where locked and if they went to a resolution higher then their native they switch off.
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