Discussion in 'DVDR' started by movies27, Apr 30, 2005.
Why do dvd movies look so clear & sharp on computers but not on regular tv's?
Is there a tv in particular you are talking about? I have 3 wegas(32",36",40") and I haven't seen a computer screen with a better dvd image than those. Are you talking about SDTV(480i),EDTV(480p) or HDTV(720p,1080i when upconverted)?
well i have a 32inch tv but i hardly ever play movies on it because i havent bought a dvd player for it yet but i know it shows exceptonally well.its the tvin my room its a 19inch i guess they show up better on bigger tv's though.but it seems like computers show an extremly crisp picture.
I have a 17" sony trinitron and a sony 19" flat panel LCD monitor. Though both have great clearity, they don't surpass the quality of my tvs.
I know there are better monitors than the ones I have with better resolution and badass video cards, but I can't see myself watching a movie on a small ass computer screen. Though I have nothing against people who watch movies on their computers, it's my opinion that the experience is better on a tv, especially a nice big screen(and progressive scan). Even at 480i, (I'm assuming you don't have a HDTV)you should get a dvd player for your 32" tv. And you shouldn't stop there, a nice surround sound system will only enhance your tv experience.
yup mines much better on my pc too, but i have a great machine as in my sig. check it out
@ aabbccdd i would go for your ATI-Radeon-X850 XT Platinum and View Sonic VP201b 20.1"LCD
you just showing off now, hehe..
but dam nice dude! been looking at those!
on mine, the picture looks better on TV than on the PC, but I'm using an LCD monitor, so I think that's why.
i got an HANSOL 19" CRT gameing monitor this baby is crisp / sharp!!!
probably better than my widesreen?
I agree Rotary but i guess i need to see a movie on my 32inch to be sure i just bought a brand new computer monitor & the movies look so crisp & sharp it's unreal.
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