I have 3 LCD TV's in my house, a Philips 32" 720P/60HZ LCDTV, an Aquos LCDTV (not sure whether its 1080i or 720p) and a new Philips 52" 1080p 120HZ LCDTV downstairs. I've literally set up mt 360 on all 3 of those Tvs, and Idk if it's just me being way too picky, but all my games look the exact same on each TV up-close, what I mean by same is that they all look fugly up-close, save the 1080P one because of motion blur.
There isn't any difference between 1080p and 720p at all, and when I get closer to the TV, the game and the dashboard and everything just looks bad, with rough and jagged edges and in RDR the scenery looks all blurry and just looks like paint, it's annoying me. I've seen games looking perfect on YouTube videos, how come I can't get the same look? I use a Mad Catz HDMI cable but I've heard it doesn't actually matter how cheap they are. I have my 360 on 1080p, and it still looks bad up-close. Any help?
I've set it up on a plasma as well and the result was the same. Someone told me I had to calibrate my HDTV to get that pixel perfect result, but it's too much of a hassle since I have to pay and shit, and
others told me I'm being way too picky.