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I will flip between the HD channel and the regular channel and honestly cant see that much of a difference. It a bit sharper but that's all....to my eyes anyway.
SummerCass SummerCass 41-45, F 14 Answers Jul 1, 2012

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I think it is too clear now. You can see the pimples on the actors face.

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"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.

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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.

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i don't pay much attention any more. why wasn't 720p good enough?

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i don't see much difference!

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The signal ($ubscription 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.

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The clarity! Oh my god...

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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 :)

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I haven't noticed much, but probably 75% of what I watch was originally shot in lo-def.

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yes

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Cable companies charge you more for the upgrade too watch the same show

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I mean in the quality of the picture.

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The hd is clearer.. but who really wants that kid of detail on a persons nose hairs anyways

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yes... it depends on what your looking at... a blue ray will really show you the difference.

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