The TV in question is a 2005 model. In 2005, the number of consumer TV manufacturers that supported 1080/24p was ONE: Pioneer made a single, high-end, very expensive model that supported it. That Pioneer aside, the first TVs that supported 1080/24p came out in 2006, and included Sony's entire HD line, among which were the KDS-xxA3000 TVs that replaced the OP's 2000 series.LarryFlowers said:Sony is notorious for not supporting 1080p/24
The issue with your slightly older Sony is it supports 1080p/60, not D*'s standard of 1080p/24.mbuser said:I retested yesterday and it still says it's not supported. Has anybody with this TV been able to watch a 1080p movie? Any idea what the problem is?
Its disappointing I know, but you only hope the manufacturers could have found a way to update their previous models with a firmware update that would allow them to accept 1080p/24 signals. In some cases it probably want possible based on some of the older chipsets in use, they might not have been capable of 1080p/24. The A3000 that I have works great.mbuser said:Thanks for the info. Guess that's what I get for buying one of the first ones of a new model.