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HD BOX SETTINGS

IN PICTURE SETTINGS IN THE HD BOX I HAVE 720P 1080I AND AUTOMATIC CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT IS AUTO FOR

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The Auto setting does exactly what it sounds like. It detects what the native signal is coming in e.g.(480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p) and auomatically sets the box to the optimum setting. P=Progressive scan. I-interlaced. Progressive is much better than interlaced. 720p actually has more clarity than 1080i. Basically 1080i=520p! So I would set it at 720p if possible. But automatic is the easiest with the least amount of configuration. If you set it for 720p, then odds are you will have to set yout tv to 720p also.

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