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Sony SXRD KDSR60XBR1

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Lowvez, Feb 17, 2007.

  1. Lowvez

    Lowvez Member

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    How do i get this TV to accept my PS3's 1080p output? As of right now that particular resolution is greyed out on my PS3 setup screen. I try to select it but the screen goes black. It is working fine in 1080i but i would like to get the progressive scan working for Blu-Ray and eventually when more games come out in 1080p.

    Any ideas? Right now i am using a 2m HDMI cable to hook it up and optical for sound. Both monster cable and very good quality.
     
  2. error5

    error5 Regular member

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    The XBR1 series SXRD's do not accept 1080p signals. The A2000 series and the XBR2 series SXRD's are the models that can accept 1080p signals thru HDMI. I used to have a 50 inch XBR1 but I got rid of it and switched to the XBR3 Bravia LCD panel which accepts 1080p thru HDMI. I know several AD members have the A2000 series SXRD like aabbccdd and eatsushi.
     
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  3. Lowvez

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    When i bought the TV it was on display and it had posters all around it saying "True 1920 X 1080p" and everything.
     
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    cheezzzz Regular member

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    Means the output is 1080p.
    I had the same tv and like error5, got rid of it and got me the KDL46XBR2.
     
  5. error5

    error5 Regular member

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    The posters you saw were still correct. The XBR1 SXRD displays 1920x1080p. It just doesn't accept a 1080p signal. A 1080i signal gets deinterlaced and is displayed as 1080p.
     

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