Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by pissedoffsol, Oct 18, 2006.
I Don't Know What Erupting Paint has to do with Bravia TVs, but ... - Gizmodo
must... buy.... bravia...
i think im going to, that or a grand wega. is the 1080p worth it over the 720p?
42 inch graduation gift FTMFWN!!!
720p is just as good as 1080i. I challenge anyone that hasn't seen either, to goto a store and do a side by side comparison.
Yes, there is a little difference, but only after I have owned my 50" sony rear projection 720p for 6 months and compared it to my buddies Dell 50" plasma 1080i.
Other than that, discovery channel highdef looks awesome on my sony.
um he said 720p and 1080p.
i have no exp. with hi-def tv since im too poor, but 1080p is said to be the 'magic' number. i mean, take MS. they said the xbox 360 only supported up to 1080i and didnt care if the ps3 came out with 1080p because most people dont own a tv with that high of a resolution and continued to bash it. then a few weeks ago, they just annouced they'll support 1080p. kinda like apple?
anyway, sony's arent that bad. just theyre camera and propriority shit sucks. however, they bought konica minolata, so the cameras may become good.
btw, i think the purpose of the exploding paint is that the bravia is so clear and crisp, the colors jump at you.
lol, fucking physcology 101 class.......
i have a 1080p. don't even bother with anything else... its like buying windows ME right now... phased out.
1080i vs. 1080p HDTV: should you care? - Fully Equipped - CNET reviews
note the date on the article... its kinda old... almost a year in fact.
lots has changed in hidef this past year
I haven't even looked at the link yet, but I know exactly what this is... I'm gonna sound like a sony shill here but this was done by the same team that did the Bravia commercial where they dumped millions of bouncy calls down the hills of San Francisco. No CGI was used, it was all real. An incredible ad. Last I heard the paint commericial was still being filmed, I didn't know they had finished it!
Check them both out, including behind the scenes documentaries at Sony BRAVIA - The Advert
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