1366x768 is as HD as your old CRT
1280x1024 (SXGA) > 1024x768 (XGA) = 1366x768 ≠ 1280x720 (720p) < 1920x1080 (HD)
Since I answered some audio related questions I put the following information here in this profile until there is a better way I can provide this information. As with all my other profiles that include such kind of information, it's not to show off and it's also not a complete listing of all I've ever had, but devices that I'm still (subjectively) happy with.
Headphones, IEMs and speakers (date bought¹):
- Phonak Audéo 122 (June 2011)
- V-Moda M-100 (January 2013)
- Philips Fidelio M1BTBL (January 2014)
- Sony SRS-X2 (October 2014)
- Audeze EL-8 (May 2015)
- QCY QY7 (June 2015)
- AKG K702 (December 2015)
¹Technology always moves forward, new products enter the market, older products are discontinued, most of these have been technologically interesting in the price range or a bargain at the time. This is not meant to be a general recommendation.
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