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How do i get 1080p

I purchased a blue ray dvd player and want to see the movies in 1080 I'm only getting 720p

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How did you get 720p? I have having trouble viewing anything above 480p. When using my directv HD DVR, the screen goes black when it tries to show anything above 480p. Is it the tv or the DVR?

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

  • fixepah Jan 10, 2008

    I tried plugging in the DVR into the DTV input one more time, powered down everything, then plugged them back in. I now get 1080i through the DTV input!! However, and this is a big however, I cannot play the xbox360 using the DVD component input. When playing a DVD through the 360, it works. But when trying to play a game, it doesn't so I have to use composite and it looks terrible! What the hell is wrong with this tv? The 360 works when using the DTV input, but why not the DVD input?

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