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sdc100 wrote:I believe all HDTVs support 1080i. It uses roughly the same bandwidth as 720p so any TV that can display 720p will also support 1080i. It's 1080p (progressive scan) that's only in larger and more expensive TVs. All TV broadcasts are either 1080i or 720p. The only 1080p source currently available are Blu-Rays and video games.
And pay movies on Direct TV ;^)>>
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7wootboy45 wrote:Do not buy one of these.
These are not refurbished. Refurbished means put into working order. Mine doesn't work. It was repackaged.
It constantly wants to upgrade, upgrades via the internet, then announces it can't link to the internet. I have been unable to run one single app.
Woot has no business selling crap like this as "refurbished". It doesn't work; it wasn't refurbished. It was repackaged. To be sold to another rube. I'll package it back up, send it back to Woot ON MY DIME and they'll sell it another rube just like me who thought Woot was in the business of providing bargains not rip-offs.
Thanks for wasting my time and money, Woot.
Sorry to hear things aren't working for you. Have you contacted Samsung for a replacement?
If you continue to have problems, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for options.
I'm just hanging out, really.