Originally Posted by jcrox
I heard there's a risk of instantaneous time travel if you attempt that.
No really, I've had my Blu-Ray player hooked up to a SD TV it worked just fine.
Just got done watching most of the Black Knight on my computer... meh. I'm sure it'd cause my monitor doesn't support 1080p and the image was heavily downscaled, but there was a ton of aliasing, more so than with a regular DVD. While, simultaneously, it was obviously clearer with more vivid colors.
As to the sound quality, couldn't tell a difference, I was using headphones.
Will that aliasing be present when watching it on my tv in the living room? It is quite a larger screen compared to my PC monitor, would the aliasing show up more because it is a larger screen?