QUOTE(Pheidias @ Jan 5 2007, 11:00 PM)
Well then shouldn't you learn to read statements then? How can you say sony is BS-ing when you are the only one that has brought up 1080p30 hdtvs. Neither sony or the statement says anything about 1080p30 hdtvs and them being capable of p60. I'm just curious how you put all this together... funny man funny
I really don't like to get involved in arguments BUT....
Wasn't it mlmadmax's point that Sony haven't said anything about the fact that there is no way of displaying 1080p60 on current screens? You just proved his argument.
He was mearly saying that there is no screen that currently outputs 1080p60 natively and.................it's true.
It does not matter if a screen accepts a signal and displays it at a different refresh rate or if it is able to scale it to a different resolution (yes, I know the majority of flat HDTVs are 1366x768, that's the point here).
Sony is pushing software on the premis that it runs at 1080p60 when in actual fact there is currently no way of utilising that resolution regardless of what post processing the screen does or whether the PS3 outputs the signal.
No one is disputing the output it's the representation on screen.
That would mean that, it is indeed a little misleading if you do not know that screens are not capable of outputting the literal, pixel for pixel and refresh rate, signal that is advertised on the box.This post has been edited by alsybub: Jan 6 2007, 04:30 AM