Robertoy!!! Muito boas essas noticias sobre estas TVs com MetaBrain e Resolution+. Interessante esta estrategia da Toshiba de incrementar a imagem da TV ao invés do Player!!! É isto possibilita empregar qualquer Player de BD ou DVD e melhorar substancialmente a qualidade da imagem especialmente para DVDs que ainda devem reinar por muito tempo!!!! Muitos anos não há dúvida e é isso que a Tosbiba pensou!!! Veja aí no artigo que vc postou!! It’s been remarked that while there are now several good Blu-ray players in circulation, few of them are also good DVD players – in other words, their performance at upscaling SD material for display on HD screens leaves something to be desired. So if you’re choosing a TV mainly for its performance with broadcast HD material or Blu-ray, don’t forget that you will also want to watch DVD on it. More to the point, you’ll also want to watch broadcast TV, and since that is mostly still in SD, how will your fabulous HDTV cope with that? Toshiba’s 42ZV555D is one of a range of Regza-brand LCD TVs claiming to have resolved the dilemma by offering Resolution+ technology; it aims to deliver top-class performance with HD pictures, but also to be able to squeeze impressive quality out of standard-definition using clever edge enhancement and contrast processing... As for performance, the Toshiba's picture quality is impressive - as long as you've got Resolution+ turned on. Watch high-definition material like The Curious Case of Benjamin Button on Blu-ray without it, and the picture is softer than we normally like our HD sources to be. Yes it has an unmistakably hi-def quality, but it's nowhere near as sharp or well-defined as it could be. But turn it on and the picture snaps into focus, emphasising the delicate facial detail and subtle textures within the movie's beautiful scenery. Edges are harder, and there's an extra depth to the picture that makes it much more compelling. The same goes for standard definition material from DVD or the built-in Freeview tuner, which look exceptionally crisp and detailed with Resolution+ activated. Switch it on and off and you can see the dramatic improvements it makes. On the downside, it can emphasise noise in the picture on particularly bad quality material (so avoid ITV3 and VHS) but give it a decent source and the results are astonishing. Agora vamos esperar e que não demore muito pois aí vem o 4k logo logo, e que a Toshiba (Mr Nishida acorda lança algo aqui no BRAZIL ANIL) pois veja aí o HDMI 1.4!!!! Panasonic delivering HDMI 1.4 cables in Japan next month: $42 for 1 meter by Richard Lawler, posted Jul 27th 2009 at 8:33PM It's unlikely you have any HDMI 1.4 equipped 1080p 3D, or 4K/2K capable equipment laying around the house, but that hasn't stopped Panasonic from rolling out these high speed cables already, just announced in Japan. Expected to launch August 27, they range in length from 1m to 10m, and in price from ¥4,000 ($42) to ¥20,000 ($210.) Sure you could import them just to stunt on your Monster Cable owning friends, but somehow we suspect most will be waiting for these to hit Monoprice, Blue Jeans Cable and the like, oh, and for equipment that can actually take advantage of their extra capabilities.