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Do you ever playing with HD tvs ?

posted by N7. on - last edited - Viewed by 261 users
Hi, I have one LED 32"HD but I would like to ask of those that playing games on tvs

my tv's resolution is 1366*768 and it's recommended resolution in windows 7 Screen Resolution
So in games when resolution adjust on 1366*768 everything looks normal!

And when I put it on 1920*1080 everything changes and it looks more realistic but a little wired!

I don't know how could I explain that with my broken english, sorry

But I think you know what will happen if you adjust resolution on 1920*1080 when your tv's resolution is 1366*768

So I just would to say I don't know I'm correct or not but when resolution is on 1920*1080 everything looks better !

What about you? Wich resolution do you put in a 32 HD tv when you playing games ?
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  • I play on a 42 inch TV it looks awesome!
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    Jennifer Moderator
    I'd say go for the highest resolution that your set can handle. HD is not like SD where the higher resolutions resulted in a harder to see picture.
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    N7.
    Jennifer;720010 said:
    I'd say go for the highest resolution that your set can handle. HD is not like SD where the higher resolutions resulted in a harder to see picture.
    But as I said every thing on highest resolution looks more realistic :confused:
    But in 1366*768(recommended resolutions) everything seems more smoother :confused:

    Bacuse of that I really couldn't choice one :(
  • N7.;720021 said:
    But as I said every thing on highest resolution looks more realistic :confused:
    But in 1366*768(recommended resolutions) everything seems more smoother :confused:

    Bacuse of that I really couldn't choice one :(
    That's the nature of it. The television displays at a resolution that has aliasing at a higher resolution.
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    N7.
    DAISHI;720039 said:
    That's the nature of it. The television displays at a resolution that has aliasing at a higher resolution.
    What about you? Which you'll choice ? I mean more realistic or smoother aliasing ?
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    N7.
    And I should say even when I put resolution on lower than 1366*768 everyhing become more realistic than 1366*768
  • I think my monitor is HD, but I do not own an HD TV. Nor do I plan to own one in the foreseeable future. It's true I'd like a larger screen, but I care less for resolution than other people seem to.

    On my computer I typically still use 800x600 for a lot of stuff, unless it's widescreen, and then I'll go for something similar but in the more appropriate format. I don't actually know what size the TV in my room or the living room has. I think my room's is at least 18 inches, and the living room is probably more than 24, but those are just guesses.
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