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480i is displayed on the tv even when I play my Sony BluRay

I have my new Sony BluRay player hooked up to my Toshiba 62HM95 via a HDMI Cable. However when I hit display for the tv, it reads 480i on the bottom left corner. How can I change this to read 1080p or 1080i. I used all the settings and nick naks and nothing. When I watch Directv with my HD receiver, it displays 1080p is this automatic?

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You have to go into the blueray player menu and select the type of output. And, yes the display on the TV will automatically indicate the type signal it receives from the source.

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Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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