Originally Posted by edmorel
No. Make sure that the specs say that it resolves 720p. Also, don't count on the sales help, they'll know less than you.
Also, don't listen to Jon, he gets commissions from Sony. ( I kid, I kid!!!)
Thanks Ed. Sorry to be a pain in the ass, but this is off the spec sheet of a Phillips. IT saiys 720 is:"supported" but nowhere does it use the word "resolve." Will this cut it?:
Supported Display Resolution:
Computer formats: 640 x 480, 60, 67, 72, 75Hz
Video Formats: 640 x 480i - 1Fh, 640 x 480p - 2Fh, 720 x 576i - 1Fh, 720 x 576p - 2Fh, 1280 x 720p - 3Fh, 1920 x 1080i - 2Fh