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Blurry Text I don't have a new school plasma/lcd...yet, but in the mean time I have a Philips 27" (Model: 27PT8302/37) HD ready TV thru AV4 it can display 480p/1080i.  I hoping to actually use 1080i but the text on the screen is just a little to blurry.  Now can someone help me figure out if I'm missing something to run in 1080i ...or is it as simple as I need to buy a new HDTV or sticky with the basic 480p?

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  • lakerguy934 Dec 28, 2008

    Actually solved my own problem but if anyone else is having a lot of trouble reading text in 1080i.  Play around with the 'Picture Menu' Brightness and Contrast really makes a huge difference I could barely read text before now it's really clear.  My HDTV is a bit older techonology but HD Ready is still HD so my only options were 480p/1080i (at least those are the only two options that worked in the PS3 'Display Settings Menu'.  Glad I got 1080i to work gaming is a lot better.


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You'll im afraid have to go the newer tv. the older models dont have the capacity to keep up with the high def out put of a ps3. id personally recommend a bravia, or vivo as i have not had a problem with either, since ive worked 9and played0 with them. please leave rating

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