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XBOX360 and hd ready tv

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May 30, 2011 6:54:39 PM

i have an hd ready tv and a xbox360.
the xbox 360 lets me choose the 1080p option and when i press on the OK button of my tv remote control there is a little message in the top left side of the tv that says "1080p 60Hz". does it mean i can play the xbox 360 in 1080p?

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May 30, 2011 8:44:09 PM

What do you mean? its just telling you that the tv has been set to 1080p with a 60hz refresh rate. Does it look sharp and 1080p like?
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May 30, 2011 8:57:09 PM

yes it does show me that the tv is set to 1080p with 60Hz fresh rate.
i dont know how 1080p looks like so i cant say that it looks like 1080p...
is it possible? maybe my tv just showing me this because of the xbox360...
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May 30, 2011 11:03:39 PM

your TV has to be equipped to put out a 1080p resolution for it to work. When you say HD ready, it reminds me of those TVs that would come out when HD was new that didnt have HD but were " HD ready" and had to be upgraded. If thats the case, then no, you dont have 1080p. On the other hand i think your xbox would have an error message or somethign to tell you your tv wasnt compatible. If you are getting an icon that is generated by your TV that says 1080p, 60hz, then i would be confident to say your TV is working with the 1080 just fine, as the Device will be able to control the resolution output.
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May 30, 2011 11:25:55 PM

FlintIronStagg said:
your TV has to be equipped to put out a 1080p resolution for it to work. When you say HD ready, it reminds me of those TVs that would come out when HD was new that didnt have HD but were " HD ready" and had to be upgraded. If thats the case, then no, you dont have 1080p. On the other hand i think your xbox would have an error message or somethign to tell you your tv wasnt compatible. If you are getting an icon that is generated by your TV that says 1080p, 60hz, then i would be confident to say your TV is working with the 1080 just fine, as the Device will be able to control the resolution output.


i am getting a small message(or icon) from the tv that i have 1080p,60Hz...
does that mean i can play games in 1080p? are you sure about it?
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June 1, 2011 2:11:51 PM

up....
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June 1, 2011 4:57:48 PM

If your tv didn't support that resolution, the screen would most likely go blank.
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June 1, 2011 11:05:35 PM

so even though i have an hd ready tv i can steel play games in 1080p?
does it mean that there are some hd ready tvs that can put out a 1080p resolution?

sorry for all the questions, i just want to learn about my tv and understand what it can do.
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June 2, 2011 11:34:43 AM

e150 said:
so even though i have an hd ready tv i can steel play games in 1080p?
does it mean that there are some hd ready tvs that can put out a 1080p resolution?

sorry for all the questions, i just want to learn about my tv and understand what it can do.


Your tv might be upscaling - I don't know. Why don't you just read the manual for your tv and all your questions will be answered.
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June 2, 2011 8:16:27 PM

thanks
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