Hello I just bought a Sony Bravia 40U2000 LCD. I was surprised to see that the image quality of my DVD movies is obviously lower than the one I saw in the shop. Itâ€™s not THAT bad, but stillâ€¦. I wander if I should replace my old DVD Home Theatre set (DAV-S500 â€“ S-video output) with a new one that offers a Component or HDMI output. Will the resolution of my DVD movies get better if I get this newer technology set? Also, as I saw that not all the home theatre systems available in my country have HDMI output, is it OK if I go for one with a Component output, or should I look for one with HDMI output? Sorry if the question is silly, I really want get the best out of the new TV.
Joined: Mar 13, 2003
From: Sewell, NJ
Posted: 2007-12-21 17:42
You need to utilize the HDMI input(s) for the best quality video.
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