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playing games on hdtv

Discussion in 'HDTV discussion' started by RANBO, Jan 23, 2007.

  1. RANBO

    RANBO Member

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    i was getting a hdtv and wanted to know if its okay to play xbox360 games cause some people say dont do it, someone let me know
     
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    hello ranbo,

    im a noob myself but the whole benefit of the xbox360 was that its next gen.

    in order to boast all the graphics u will need a HDTV, im investing in one myself.

    if you go into your local games retailer, have a look at the displays, they are alot better than SDTV's with the 360 hooked up.

    1 thing - just out of curiosity, who or from where did u hear u should not use the 360 on HDTV's (im just curious)

    anyway, hope this helps.
     
  3. chubbyInc

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    I have a rear projection HDTV only goes to 1080i. 360 games look great and yeah why would someone say not to play 360 games on HDTV?

    When buying a HDTV keep in mind retail stores will set the graphics lower on the cheaper models to make the more expensive ones look like better deals.
     
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    one guy over heard me talking about it in the store and said dont do it,he said he started to get jumping lines in his tv so i dont know on the other hand i got two guy that play 360 on there tv nothing happen so far, but the guy in best buy said it depends on the tv brand and price i guess you get what you pay for [thanks for the reply]
     
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    hello again, he possibly just had a bad connection and did'nt know what her was talking about.

    Large retail companies employ any1 and evry1, despite the amount of knowledge they have.

    I one went into a PC store (in the UK) and asked a staff member the "response time" of a specific monitor, he replied "uuhhh, i dont know what that is"

    but back to your question, the HDTV really does give a better experience for the xbox360. (just my opinion though)

    hope this all helped.
     

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