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1080i or 1080p are both HD. the i and the p stand for the way the images are displayed. 1080i is interlaced, and 1080p is progressive scan. 1080p is the best hands down for fast moving sports and things like that, but for just watching your basic night time lineup, 1080i is fine.

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