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In my opinion, if the set's native resolution never matches one of the HR20s output resolutions, as is the case with my plasma and the original poster's Vizio (which are bot 768p sets), then it only makes sense to use Native On. With Native Off, you are double scaling the signal most of the time, except when the channel's rez matches the output rez chosen. In all other cases, its scaling twice, which seems can only have negative effects.

If you have a native 720p or 1080i/p set, then I can understand using Native Off.
 

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tawnee said:
Lets see if I am understanding this correctly.
I have a Sony 1080P
Native set ot ON, which I assume means that the Sony is doing all the conversions. Pic looks fine to me, seems alittle sharper then when native was set to OFF
When the HR20 was installed, the installer set Native to OFF, and selected all 4 outputs in the setup. The blue light was always on 1080I, so my understanding was that the HR20 converted to 1080I, and then the Sony converted to 1080P.
Still confused but never the less, enjoying the new Sony, and HD
You are not confused at all. Everything you wrote is correct.
 
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