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Your TV can only present resolutions as good as the source you provide it. For instance a standard DVD likely provide 720 or less resolution while a good Blu-Ray will deliver 1080 content to you TV and show "1080" as it receives the data from the Blu-Ray player as the movie begins. You may see this number switch often even on 1 single DVD as the resolution often changes between movie trailers and the main content and menus can all have different qualities. So, your TV is only as good as the content you feed it. It can not make the content better then the original source you provide. Hope that helps
A 1080p set will only show 1080p if the broadcast or satellite co sends it. I don't know of any cable co's doing that as yet. True HD isn't in full motion as yet. 720p is your best right now unless you have a Blue Ray DVD Player along with a 1080p full hd movie then you can watch full HD.
A lot of stations are running 1080i which is good for slow motion movies. 720p is best for fast action movies.
This can be both yes and no. Looking at the specs of your TV it would not be displaying in full 1080p (The highest resolution for HD) The best part of Blu-Ray is viewing this in 1080p. Your TV can accommodate a BD player and would be best set up using the HDMI input port on your TV. But, it will limited to your resolution of 720p or 1366 x 768 on your TV and most DVD players can upscale the quality of a movie to 720p or higher. It would be worth getting a TV that has 1080p to go with a Blu-Ray Player.
I had the exact same problem with my BD390 and another LG home theater system, both with the current firmware updates. I noticed others have posted this issue on various sites as well. I called LG and the guy I spoke with seems to have been coached pretty well on the scenes where this problem is occuring since he could sight the exact scenes that were giving me the problem. He claimed the blu ray probably isn't exactly 1080i or 1080p and that the player is probably having problems processing the resolution so I should lower it to 720p. This didn't fix the problem and didn't help explain why my blu ray player which plays plenty of other high resolution movies only has a problem with this movie. I think a firmware update is needed to fix the issue but I'm not holding my breath that LG will be proactive in getting that out soon.
Generally speaking, your TV will display the signal it receives. DVD player output, for example, is 480p, but an upconvert DVD player can output the signal at 720p or 1080p. You should adjust your components (e.g. cable/satellite box, DVD/Blu-ray players, etc.) to the desired compatible output.
You only get it if they send it. Only Blue Ray DVD's are in 1080p and games I suppose, as of this time. everything else is 480i or 720p. As your manual says "TV CAN GET"--- not produce what isn't there. I hope this helps.
Are you sure the tv is 1080p capable? Usually when "mode is not supported" is displayed, it means that the tv can not handle the signal format that is being input to it. If you are using HDMI, then signal formatting is usually handled automatically. If you are using component video, you will probably have to tell the PS3 to step down the signal to either 1080i or 720p.