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Djfk

By | July 2013
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1080P is the best right now. 1080i interlaces the lines at 30 frames per second while 1080p is progressive at 60 frames per second.

Interlacing means that the TV is producing the picture every other line, once it hits the bottom, it starts with the 2nd line and goes though each of the other lines, and it does this at 30hz(frame rate)

Progressive does each line by line. So it does every single line in a row at 60hz.

So 1080P gives you the best picture. 1080P content you get from some video games and Blu-Ray movies. 1080i is the best you get from your cable or satellite service, even though they are starting to say they are providing On Demand programming that is 1080P, but all your regular stations broadcast 1080i. But it would be best to get a 1080P TV:

1. Because they are getting so much cheaper.
2. You get the best picture, and if you do get a blu-ray player, you will get 1080p.1080P is the best right now. 1080i interlaces the lines at 30 frames per second while 1080p is progressive at 60 frames per second.

Interlacing means that the TV is producing the picture every other line, once it hits the bottom, it starts with the 2nd line and goes though each of the other lines, and it does this at 30hz(frame rate)

Progressive does each line by line. So it does every single line in a row at 60hz.

So 1080P gives you the best picture. 1080P content you get from some video games and Blu-Ray movies. 1080i is the best you get from your cable or satellite service, even though they are starting to say they are providing On Demand programming that is 1080P, but all your regular stations broadcast 1080i. But it would be best to get a 1080P TV:

1. Because they are getting so much cheaper.
2. You get the best picture, and if you do get a blu-ray player, you will get 1080p.

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