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#21 OFFLINE   CCarncross


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Posted 28 May 2010 - 06:04 AM

Well, I downloaded a free 1080P movie today and was surprised there was no picture, just sound. I called DTV and they had me change Resolution in Menu>HDMI>Resolution to uncheck 1080p option and movie played in 1080i. She said it wouldn't happen all the time but there is a software issue and the problem is not my TV that supports 1080p but not 24fps.

Have you or anyone else encountered this issue?

Yes, your tv doesnt support 1080p24 mode, end of story...Your next one most likely will.

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#22 OFFLINE   Cavicchi



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Posted 28 May 2010 - 06:28 AM

Yes, your tv doesnt support 1080p24 mode, end of story...Your next one most likely will.

I've been thinking of a "next one" but all the LED backlight ones seem to have a glossy screen and I don't care for glossy screens, been spoiled with my flat black matte screen. I was looking online and an LG LE5500 with LED Plus looks interesting with local dimming, though it is a hybrid design and not "full" LED, just edge-lit LED with hybrid local dimming. However, it does seem to have nice features except for what probably is a glossy screen.

I live in the country and there is no store anywhere in my area that has that LG.

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