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April 19, 2011 3:25:24 PM

hi i plan buy new 3D LED TV Brand Sony 40inch
i can buy nvidia GeForce GTX 590 high end lates
so if i set 1920x1080 for 3D LED TV
i will use internet surfing net and documentation and PC games play
surfing net and reading text any problem
text can be 100% clear ??? reading net for set 1920x1080 for 3D LED TV lates model full HD

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a b x TV
April 19, 2011 9:03:22 PM

I have a 65 Inch 3D HDTV, a 70 Inch HDTV & 50 inch HDTV. Text and graphics are pretty good at 1080P. I play my games on it as well. The graphic cards for my setup is 4890 OC, 4890 CF, and GTX-280 respectively.

All connections through HDMI.


For 3d my plan is to get a 580. That should be sufficient for 1080P and 3D

I have no issues with the quality of TEXT and GRAPHICS. I don't play on small screen after setting up these big screen.
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April 19, 2011 9:18:00 PM

The one time I hooked up my PC to my TV I hated it because I couldn't read text at all. It's a 40" 1080p Samsung TV. I guess if I was sitting closer it would be ok but I was only about 6-8 feet away.

Anyway, a GTX 590 is crazy overkill for 1080p gaming, even with 3D. A single 580 is more than enough.
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a b x TV
April 19, 2011 9:46:16 PM

I have no such issue. I can't say about your display but mine is just fine. Text or Graphics 1foot or 20feet my display is fine. No blur whatsover.
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a b x TV
April 19, 2011 9:47:59 PM

HDTV even 3D is limited to 1080P... With that 580 is sufficient.
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April 20, 2011 4:18:09 AM

HDTV EVEN 3D IS Limited to 1080p why ??
i know most HDTV full hd 1080P too so be 1920x1080
i will put HDTV 3D for my computer table
i using CRT 17inch monitor old put my computer table
so i sit close crt monitor 17inch
if i buy HDTV 3D lates model with 3D i also put my computer table
so i sit close for tv too i wont sit away 8feet away
so any issus for text ????
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a b x TV
April 21, 2011 4:01:11 PM

gopala33 said:
HDTV EVEN 3D IS Limited to 1080p why ??
i know most HDTV full hd 1080P too so be 1920x1080
i will put HDTV 3D for my computer table
i using CRT 17inch monitor old put my computer table
so i sit close crt monitor 17inch
if i buy HDTV 3D lates model with 3D i also put my computer table
so i sit close for tv too i wont sit away 8feet away
so any issus for text ????



HDTV don't have requirement for resolution more than 1080P. Its marketing so there is no point for HDTV makers to make HDTV capable higher than 1080P. Majority of the usage of HDTV are for ordinary no tech savy people. They just want to watch HD Movie or HD TV. Tech users are minority in the market.

8ft away from large HDTV presents no issue with Text, Video or Graphic. But let me remind you that i can only speak for my HDTVs. You have to check the 3D HDTV before you purchase. I went to Best Buy, Fry's and try out different HDTV's before i made the purchase.

For the money spent for these large HDTV they let me play around. I talk to the store manager. I asked for discount and i made it important that i want to try it with my gear.

I went to the store with my Antec 900 Case (Q6600 w/ 4890CF) and a HP notebook with HDMI. I use the HP notebook with HDMI for quick check. Then i plug my Desktop gear.
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a b x TV
April 21, 2011 4:02:42 PM

If they don't let you try out on the display HDTV just walk away and go the next store
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April 21, 2011 4:07:10 PM

i understand
u did set 1920x1080 ??????

i saw Sony 3D TV LED Full HD 1080P
he showing display for movies
color very nice
i like that
i dont have notebook to test HDMI
i did ask to shop they said he have notebook but dont have HDMI port he told me its old notebook :( 
can't test
u own pc desktop u did set 1920x1080

i take 40inch enough to put my computer table
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April 21, 2011 4:21:07 PM

Well, maybe really expensive HDTVs have no issue with text from a distance... but keep in mind your pixel density is really low compared to a monitor. Same amount of pixels getting spread over a much much larger area. Picture quality just won't be as high.
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a b x TV
April 21, 2011 5:38:16 PM

gopala33 said:
i understand
u did set 1920x1080 ??????

i saw Sony 3D TV LED Full HD 1080P
he showing display for movies
color very nice
i like that
i dont have notebook to test HDMI
i did ask to shop they said he have notebook but dont have HDMI port he told me its old notebook :( 
can't test
u own pc desktop u did set 1920x1080

i take 40inch enough to put my computer table


Talk to the store Manager who has the authority to make that decision. As on previous post i tried different HDTVS with my notebook and Desktop... When i was happy/satified then i paid for the HDTV.

With Bad economy stores like Best Buy are hurting. They would be happy to sell an HDTV at any given day.

You tell him straight... I'm buying this TV when it works right with my gear.

One the quality of Games... Just consider this

PS3 and XBOX games look awesome @ 720P... That's the resolution of these console games....on large HDTV capable of 1080P. The qraphics will be great with your PC driving an HDTV with game set at 1080P....

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April 22, 2011 4:37:59 AM

leon2006 said:
Talk to the store Manager who has the authority to make that decision. As on previous post i tried different HDTVS with my notebook and Desktop... When i was happy/satified then i paid for the HDTV.

With Bad economy stores like Best Buy are hurting. They would be happy to sell an HDTV at any given day.

You tell him straight... I'm buying this TV when it works right with my gear.

One the quality of Games... Just consider this

PS3 and XBOX games look awesome @ 720P... That's the resolution of these console games....on large HDTV capable of 1080P. The qraphics will be great with your PC driving an HDTV with game set at 1080P....

i can tell store manager he dont have notebook with hdmi but old model too
i saw store brand Sony HDTV Full HD 1080P for sony centre store they display showing Movies to but great quality and color is superb and quality superb too i like sony
i will use XBOX 360 HDMI 1080P AND PS3 HDMI 1080P AND PC HDMI 1080P
i also use PC internet and youtube and PC Games set 1080p
1920x1080 that is 1080P so be full HD right
so be great ????

can u show u own tv picture showing for Text for internet u set 1920x1080 show me
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a b x TV
April 22, 2011 5:33:47 AM

gopala33 said:
i can tell store manager he dont have notebook with hdmi but old model too
i saw store brand Sony HDTV Full HD 1080P for sony centre store they display showing Movies to but great quality and color is superb and quality superb too i like sony
i will use XBOX 360 HDMI 1080P AND PS3 HDMI 1080P AND PC HDMI 1080P
i also use PC internet and youtube and PC Games set 1080p
1920x1080 that is 1080P so be full HD right
so be great ????

can u show u own tv picture showing for Text for internet u set 1920x1080 show me



It doesn't matter on the quality of text on my HDTV. Sony does not guaranty that you will get great text when use as display. Each HDTV and LCD panels require different settings or tweaking. You have to test it on your setup. My great results is not an assurance that you will get the same, better results.

In general it should work. But if you read the other post on this forum there are issues on different HDTV.

For HDTV 1080P can be appreciated on 46 inch or higher. The human eye or most human eye can hardly differentiate 720P and 1080P on smaller screen. I recommend get a bigger HDTV or 46 inch at least.

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April 22, 2011 7:37:35 AM

leon2006 said:
It doesn't matter on the quality of text on my HDTV. Sony does not guaranty that you will get great text when use as display. Each HDTV and LCD panels require different settings or tweaking. You have to test it on your setup. My great results is not an assurance that you will get the same, better results.

In general it should work. But if you read the other post on this forum there are issues on different HDTV.

For HDTV 1080P can be appreciated on 46 inch or higher. The human eye or most human eye can hardly differentiate 720P and 1080P on smaller screen. I recommend get a bigger HDTV or 46 inch at least.


how about 40inch ????
because 46inch to much big cannot close to sit my chair my computer table i think best 40inch then 46inch
here link
1. http://corp.sony.com.my/bravia/product-nx72.html
2. http://www.sony.com.my/product/kdl-40nx720
u can check secand link for check Specifications
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a b x TV
April 22, 2011 3:18:34 PM

I have a 42 inch HDTV in my fitness room 1080P... Unless i turn on the resolution information identifier its hard to differentiate 720P HD from 1080PHD.

When you use it as DESKTOP extension then its very clear since at 1080P you have a bigger DESKTOP space.

You can go for 40 Inch just make sure that its native pixel resolution is 1080P. Since that screen is not too big you can buy it then try it at home. If it doesn't work its not that difficult to return.

Are you in Malaysia? The 40 inch 3D HDTV could be a good start.

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April 22, 2011 3:51:28 PM

leon2006 said:
I have a 42 inch HDTV in my fitness room 1080P... Unless i turn on the resolution information identifier its hard to differentiate 720P HD from 1080PHD.

When you use it as DESKTOP extension then its very clear since at 1080P you have a bigger DESKTOP space.

You can go for 40 Inch just make sure that its native pixel resolution is 1080P. Since that screen is not too big you can buy it then try it at home. If it doesn't work its not that difficult to return.

Are you in Malaysia? The 40 inch 3D HDTV could be a good start.


yes i from malaysia i at penang too
yes i know pc desktop to get high end nvidia gtx 590
that support 1080p so be 1920x1080 right ???

leon2006 please check private messge i have pm for u
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a b x TV
April 22, 2011 7:01:12 PM

gopala33 said:
yes i from malaysia i at penang too
yes i know pc desktop to get high end nvidia gtx 590
that support 1080p so be 1920x1080 right ???

leon2006 please check private messge i have pm for u



I will
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May 8, 2011 4:53:59 AM

leon2006 said:
I will

ok pk pm i already pm u but u no reply

anyone guys u have using HDTV WITH 1920X1080
any issus for text i still waiting
because i want to buy to
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May 12, 2011 12:14:19 PM

gopala33 said:
ok pk pm i already pm u but u no reply

anyone guys u have using HDTV WITH 1920X1080
any issus for text i still waiting
because i want to buy to


As you already got the response about Sony & Samsung, so i suggest you to take a view of LG also, I believe you'll be well aware about LG's FPR 3D TV. Know if you wish to enjoy the 3D with full HD resolution & if your budget allows you then you can go for LG's FPR 3D TV as it's the best option which meet your requirements.
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May 12, 2011 2:05:43 PM

tegasunil said:
As you already got the response about Sony & Samsung, so i suggest you to take a view of LG also, I believe you'll be well aware about LG's FPR 3D TV. Know if you wish to enjoy the 3D with full HD resolution & if your budget allows you then you can go for LG's FPR 3D TV as it's the best option which meet your requirements.

i dont like LG coz compare Sony LOL
i can take Sony lates model high end 3D TV
if i buy any problem about computer connected HDMI to set 1920x1080 so can be clear
i know 1920X1080 mean its Full 1080P
any problem
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May 13, 2011 4:26:04 AM

Well at the end decision is your, but i want to make you know the difference between Sony 3D TV & LG 3D TV.........Sony is still using the Shutter Glass technology in their 3D TVs, which have all the issues like image overlapping, flickering, dark 3D images & the worst part is the heavy & uncomfortable SG 3D glasses which irritiates the viewer while watching for long time.

But if we talk about the LGs 3D TV......LG invented FPR 3D technology known as (Film-Type Patterned Retarder) in2010. And the working operations of FPR is totally different with SG....FPR tech doesn't follow the Shutter process.

LGs FPR 3D TV doesn't have the drawback of image overlapping, flickering, and the best part is FPR 3D TV has a advanced feature of 2D to 3D conversation which means viewers don't have to worry about the 3D content anymore....It will directly convert the 2D games, normal 2D programs & movies into 3D.

Moreover the LGs FPR 3D glasses are very light weighted, since no battery is attached with the glasses...And about the HD, as I mention earlier also, you can found the full HD mode in all LGs FPR 3D TV.
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a b x TV
May 13, 2011 4:34:13 AM

Also realize that a 3D HDTV can only take 60Hz input. The result means that it will be operating at 30Hz per eye. That basically limits frame rates to at most 30FPS since the 3D HDTV will only be displaying 30 frames per eye each second.
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May 16, 2011 4:40:13 AM

LG's LW6500 Smart 3D TV have a processing speed of 200Hz/sec...i.e. means 200 frames per second.
Trumotion 200Hz/sec produces the sharpest 3D image with the fastest action sequences.

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a b x TV
May 16, 2011 8:00:21 AM

Paul Smith said:
LG's LW6500 Smart 3D TV have a processing speed of 200Hz/sec...i.e. means 200 frames per second.
Trumotion 200Hz/sec produces the sharpest 3D image with the fastest action sequences.


While 200 frames per second is technically possible, the input is still stuck at either 60Hz or 50Hz.

"Trumotion" is what LG refers to for the process of frame interpolation; it is used for smooth video playback. Basically what happens is in between every two actual frames the HDTV receives from the source (like a Blu-Ray player), the HDTV creates and inserts 3 "in between frames" so that motion looks smoother (reduce motion blur).

For example, The HDTV receives frame 100 and frame 101 from the Blu-Ray player through using "Trumotion" the HDTV then creates 3 frames in between frames 100 and 101; call them frames 100a, 100b, 100c. Therefore, the playback sequence will be frame 100, 100a, 100b, 100c, and 200. When frame 201 is received by the HDTV "Trumotion" then creates frames 200a, 200b and 200c and then plays back the frames in the appropriate order.

Technically speaking, this creates an output of 200 frames per second; 100 frames per eye for 3D content. "TruMotion" (and whatever other companies call this technology) creates input lag since it takes a bit of time to create these interpolated frames. Generally speaking, input lag is bad for games because it increases the amount of time in between when you do an action with your gamepad or keyboard/mouse and the time it takes for the action to appear on the HDTV.

I don't know how much input lag is caused by "TruMotion" and it is something that is not part of the HDTV's specs. Technical support will not be able to provide an answer since they won't know. Let's assume it takes 10ms for each interpolated frame to be created, that means it takes 30ms to create the 3 frames and display it in the proper sequence by the HDTV. The results in almost 2 frames of lag. Therefore, for the best gaming performance "TruMotion" should be turned off when playing a console game or PC game.

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May 16, 2011 3:32:04 PM

ok HDTV can get 1MS lowest best gaming and movies and pc performance high end
so i dont want lag 2 frames
i prefer smooth
PC Games i will use Keyboard/mouse
gaming console also gamepad controller
here link http://corp.sony.com.my/bravia/product-hx92.html
see mation 800
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a b x TV
May 17, 2011 8:21:31 PM

When using any HDTV to play game it is always recommended to switch the TV to "Game Mode" or 60Hz to reduce input lag.

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May 18, 2011 4:29:12 AM

jaguarskx said:
When using any HDTV to play game it is always recommended to switch the TV to "Game Mode" or 60Hz to reduce input lag.

no need set game mode i will set standard mode
i have MY Sony TV 55EX500 for watching movies only 55inch is huge lol
i did try set game mode its color to i set standard mode already hehe
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