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Full HDTVs

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Introduction to HD

HDTV or High Definition Television offers the highest picture quality available in the world of home entertainment. Instead of using the conventional 576 lines to plot a TV picture, HDTV uses 720 or 1080 lines (interlaced scanning or progressive scanning formats). In addition, the pixels in each of those lines are closer. This results in a hugely improved icons picture quality, clarity and colour definition of upto 4 times better quality.

Types Of HD

HDTV Formats:

  • 720p
  • 1080i (Interlaced Scanning)
  • 1080p (Progressive Scanning)

HD Products:

  • Blu-Ray DVD Players
  • HD Players
  • Sky HD
  • Windows Media Center
  • XBox 360
  • PS 3
  • HD DVRs
HD Accessories

HD Accessories

Plasma Over LCD

Main advantages of Plasma over LCD are:

LCD Over Plasma

Main disadvantages of Plasma over LCD include:

Full HDTVs

Full HDTV, also referred to as ultra-HD, true HDTV, and 1080p, is a television (TV) display technology that surpasses the video quality and sharpness of the original high-definition television (HDTV) technology, providing an image resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels.

The original HDTV technology offers vertical resolution that ranges from 720 lines with progressive scanning (720p) to 1080 lines with interlaced scanning (1080i). Full HDTV provides 1080 lines with progressive scanning (sometimes referred to as 1080p). In these specifications, the numeral indicates the number of horizontal lines fonts in the complete raster, the p stands for progressive scanning (where each scan displays every line in the image raster sequentially from top to bottom), and the i stands for interlaced scanning (where each scan displays alternate lines in the image raster, and two complete scans are therefore required to display the entire image).