Question regarding Sharp LC32D40U

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  1. HongHuynh

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    My new Sharp Aquos LC32D40U has a native resolution of 1366x768. Apparently it will look it's best if given a 720p feed? I currently have a NAD T533 DVD player which outputs either 480i or 480p. I am outputting 480p right now. Is this correct? Does the Sharp have a built-in scaler that will upconvert the 480p signal to the native resolution or should I be sending it a 480i signal?

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    I dont believe this have an internal upscaler. You probably we black bars on either the top or bottom of your picture
     
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    I was considering picking up this tv. The price on it is really coming down! Every time I've seen one on display it looks pretty nice. I don't have an HD television yet and this one looks like a good "starter" model. Anybody out there have one? Any opinions?
     

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