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Thread: TNL Gentlemen's Laserdisc Society

  1. #381
    Quote Originally Posted by YellerDog View Post
    I occasionally see widescreen CRTs is sitting on the sidewalk in the Bay Area (huge adoption of LD and high end AV stuff in the 90s out here, the whole reason I'm in this hobby) , I haven't been lucky enough to swing back for one yet.

    How do those work anyway? Do they crop the image down or do they only work with anamorphic media? Both I guess?
    I'ma move this over here.

    From what I understand, most of them are similar to other HDTVs in that by default it would display the LD image in 4:3, and since laserdisc is not anamorphic that would mean the widescreen image is in the middle of the screen. However, like most HDTVs you do have a zoom function to make it fit properly, and those CRTs should do a better job than a current LCD/Plasma would. That said, I have no personal experience, I stuck with the SD Wega for vidja games.

  2. Maybe you can answer this for me, since I can't seem to find a definitive source. Can CRTs do 720p or do they all scale it to 1080i?

  3. #383
    I'm not totally up on the specifics, but the way I understand it a CRT doesn't really process resolution like a fixed pixel display, so the answer is probably "it does both." Hell, the games on my Raspberry pi are set to output 1500x240 on a SD set, the horizontal resolution is pretty much infinite.

    Maybe IP would have a more detailed answer?

  4. #384
    No. I knew some of that like a year ago. But my mind dumps most of what I don't use.

  5. My last Sony widescreen CRT did both 720p & 1080i. Got rid of it like 7 years ago though.

  6. Skip to 15:10 or so.

    I'm broke af rn, but I'd not be able to pass that all up.

  7. Ha, I've got Mystery Disc. The double disc! Guest starring Lea Thompson and the principal from Breakfast Club.
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    I'm sure whatever Yeller wrote is fascinating!


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