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Anyone know a lot about TVs and video games?
Alright I really dont know anything about tvs but when I play Xbox on my tv which is a old tube tv, Im really good, but whenever i go and play on an HD tv I SUCK. I am absolutely terrible so Im just wondering what the difference is? is there a setting on the xbox that can make it more like a old tube tv on a HD tv?
Idk, maybe the hd tv has a crap refresh rate, but honestly there can't be much of a difference between the two, one just looks better
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ive had this problem. Two summers ago when i came home from school i used my old 33" tube tv for black ops and just absolutely dominated everything. I was like a 3.5 kd and 375 spm. Got back on my 50" plasma at school and fell back to 2.5 kd and 240 spm. But i also smoked a lot of weed that summer so it could have just been that
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in my experience hd tvs lag like a mother fucker, making games impossible
video processing creates short lag. Many games have adjustments you can make to correct this. Also many HDTVs have a GAME mode which cut out all unnecessary processing, creating the least amount of lag they can.
Exactly, I feel like there is a noticable difference from when i move the stick on the controler and when the guy moves. I dont have a HD tv and I dont really want to buy one for this reason but if there's a way to fix it I might. I'll have to give it a try
My samsung tv has an unfixable lag. Most tvs will have a game mode you can switch to though.
I have an 1.81 kd ratio on my box tv though /claim
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probably HD lag. i noticed this on my brothers tv a while back. Not exactly sure what you can do to fix it but it is an issue with a lot of hdtvs.
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