Originally Posted by Malaziel
I just bought a new TV today which is capable of 1080P resolution mainly for when I use it as a monitor and for HD-DVDs. I am getting the HD-DVD player for the Xbox360 soon. Once I do I will tell you how the quality is at 1080P.
UM.... NO! HD-DVD does not support 1080P
Either way you slice it, HD-DVD and Blu Ray are a huge step forward from DVD. If you cant tell the difference between these new formats picture quality compared to DVD, then this should not concern you. Video quality is hands down better and audio quality is better, altho perhaps much less noticable, with the main difference being support for 7.1 surround fully uncompressed. This was like the people who criticized HDTV in the first place. If you can't appreciate it, then dont waste your time criticizing it. I understand it may be more expensive, but just because a ferarri is out of your price range is no reason to bash it. People always seem to think that the latest bleeding edge technology should be readily available and priced for the average joe. WHEN HAS THAT EVER BEEN THE CASE?