Originally Posted by 01001010
That's completely subjective. All three formats are capable of carrying high definition signals. Depending on the situation, all three have certain advantages and disadvantages.
I'm speaking from my own experience. I've tried both VGA and DVI to my Plasma and I can tell you hands down the DVI smokes VGA. IIRC correctly, this is because VGA has to be processed/converted into an analog signal and then back again when it reaches its destination; resulting in some loss of quality. Whereas, DVI/HDMI stays digital all the way.
I've also tried both with a few different LCD monitors that support both...just switching back and forth with both. I can see a noticeable difference in clarity and crispness.
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