Hello, Mi Fans!
Just about everyone has moved away from standard definition analog TVs in favor of the much superior high-definition televisions. They have a 16:9 aspect ratio, which is similar in appearance to a movie theater screen, and they are available with much higher resolution screens, which impress with their clarity, color and detail. Resolution is undoubtedly HDTVs biggest selling point. So, When you're shopping for a TV, one of the most obvious and prevalent numbers is the resolution. In this thread, I will try to explain what does it mean by "Resolution" and what are different types of it. So, Let's get started.
What Is Resolution:
Different TV Screen Resolutions:
Let's discuss each of them in detail:
Here’s how the shorthand translates:
Depending on the aspect ratio of your display, you are able to use only resolutions that are specific to its width and height. Some of the most common resolutions that can be used for each aspect ratio are the following:
How does the size of the screen affect resolution?
Indeed, the TV's resolution is one of the most important aspects that defines its picture quality, but it is highly dependent on the quality of the content you are watching as well as the position you are watching it from. So, Friends, If you are not very technical, it is very likely that you are confused by so many technicalities. Hopefully this thread has managed to help in your understanding of the most important characteristics of a display: aspect ratio, resolutions or type. Let me know your views though the comment box below. See you again with one more interesting topic. Take care!
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