I think it is too clear now. You can see the pimples on the actors face.
"Look at that picture! It's so crystal clear! It's soooooooooo sharp!" I hear those things from people around me all the time. I'm with you, I don't see much difference at all.
HD does have a higher quality of picture, but you need to make sure you using the right medium to show it. Popping a VHS into a VCR and just having and HD tv isn't going to produce any results.
i don't pay much attention any more. why wasn't 720p good enough?
i don't see much difference!
The signal ($ubsc<x>ription plan) and cables (HDMI) matter as well as the set... PBS is an easy target, if you're sorting things out still. But lo-res movie channels are not even DVD quality, even on an expensive TV.
The clarity! Oh my god...
I thought I was alone in not being able to see that difference ... everybody I know says it's such a huge difference ... maybe they've all been hypnotized or something and folks like you and me just can't be put under :)
I haven't noticed much, but probably 75% of what I watch was originally shot in lo-def.
Cable companies charge you more for the upgrade too watch the same show
The hd is clearer.. but who really wants that kid of detail on a persons nose hairs anyways
yes... it depends on what your looking at... a blue ray will really show you the difference.
We had a poor quality television that did not show the difference on our boat. Recently we hung a good TV up and when we turned it on WOW talk about a difference - the over the air signals the external antenna brought in bounced off the screen in HD and the result was amazing. We could literally see the pores in the skin of the people on TV and our eyes were glued to the screen. Yes there is a really big difference.