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    i don't think ypu are hearing that b/c of the increased space, you can hold much higher definition. can you explain how a lower resolution can be made to look like a higher resolution, so much that it seems that despite the data isn't there, it looks like it is?
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    I asked Jeff Gerstman to review these products. This is the feedback he gave me.

    "Get a new receiver instead. I have my Onkyo upscanning Wii games to 1080i. It doesn't really make a meaningful visual difference, but the convenience of having everything connected up through one device is great."

    http://www.giantbomb.com/forums/gene...ucts/237015/#6

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickmode View Post
    I did say that DVDs and Bluray have differences in the storage capacity that allow the Bluray to offer more content, better sound, motion, etc... But about the resolution there's not a remarkable difference between the 1080p Bluray and the 1080p upscaled DVDs...
    DVD-480p 720x480 (345,600 pixels)
    Blu-Ray-1080p 1920x1080 (2,073,600 pixels)

    So a 1080p image has 1,720,800 more pixels than 480p. That's 6 times more image detail.

    Upscaling a 480p image just duplicates existing pixels to get to 1080p. It doesn't create additional image detail that wasn't there to start with.

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    i dont think we can talk pixels and resolution with this guy anymore. he obviously doesn't understand that higher texture definition comes from hav ng more pixels in a square inch to allow for a more realistic reproduction of the texture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skippy View Post
    DVD-480p 720x480 (345,600 pixels)
    Blu-Ray-1080p 1920x1080 (2,073,600 pixels)

    So a 1080p image has 1,720,800 more pixels than 480p. That's 6 times more image detail.

    Upscaling a 480p image just duplicates existing pixels to get to 1080p. It doesn't create additional image detail that wasn't there to start with.
    Easiest to see up scaling is to watch a early youtube vid and click the full screen button
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    I, really understand this, Rukus but with more or less code the results are just the same.
    Or you have an eagle eye to see the difference?
    Of course, NO

    That's I'm mean, "Probably will be more detailed, but you can't see them with human's eyes"
    Only if you're very close to the screen and try to see every pixel!!

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