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    720p Question

    Just picked up a Samsung 32" 720p LCD tv and a PS3. I popped 300 in on Blu Ray and the image looks somewhat, dotty? Like there are trillions of miniature dots on screen. The image isnt nearly as clear as I was expecting. Then I put in Black Hawk Down on Blu Ray and the same "dotty" image comes up. I'm rather disappointed at the quality of this "high def" set-up. Is this just how 720p looks, or is there a problem I need to be concerned about?

    Note: I'm running full HDMI cables.

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    How does HDTV look?

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    I dont really watch TV that much, so I just have the standard Direct TV plugged into it. I was considering getting the HD version, but havent decided yet. Normal Direct TV looks slightly fuzzy.

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    Sounds like a cable or connection problem, also check your settings in the TV and the BLUE RAy player.

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