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NYPD Blue - a whole new experience in HDTV

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Paul W, Feb 6, 2001.

  1. Paul W

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    I just caught my first hi-def episode of NYPD Blue tonight.
    Awesome!
    The picture was great, but what really got me was the sound. It was like night-and-day difference from what I was used to hearing from my cable feed.
    The sound stage was crisp and clear and seemed to envelope me in some spots with very active surround.
    It was like watching an entirely new show.
    I am glad to know that WFAA does switch on the DD5.0 for source that has it. Most of the time, their HD channel is running DPL (which is wierd considering their SD channel is always running DD 2.0).
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  2. Brajesh Upadhyay

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    I agree. I too watched it for the first time in hi-def last night. Even though I'd given up watching the show a long time ago (since David Caruso left), I stayed up & watched it this time. Great picture & DD5.1 audio.
    I plan to check out CSI Thursday night. I hear it's one of CBS' best-looking hi-def shows. Then, the underappreciated "The Fugitive", then more shows. I haven't watched this much network TV in a long time [​IMG].
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