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I have hooked up my MBP to a 1080p samsung 32b530 1080p LCD HDTV that i just got today. I hooked it up via a DVI to HDMI and I can get a picture perfect. My issue is that the picture looks a tad blurry, but not that bad. It isn't as crisp as an actual computer monitor. Is this normal? I'm satisfied with it, but I was just expecting something a little sharper...?
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bigger screens look blurry.
Recently had to change TV because the old one died, and it took about a month to get used to it.

Waiting for the game that takes full advantage of a 124bit, 3.5GHz, 8-core, 64Gig-RAM system.
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