1910 problems with DVI to PWD6??

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  1. ebury

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    Hello all,
    Has anyone got a denon 1910 and a pany PDW6,using the dvi output??
    Well,i have been trying out the dvi and am struggling to get a picture to stay on the pany screen.The only signal i get is via 1080i on NTSC discs,Neither the lesser two outputs give any signal but the 1080 gives a signal,only after pressing the dvi button on the player repeatedly until it locks on a picture!!!
    On PAL discs,i cant get a signal to stay on the screen at all!!
    Please someone tell me if there is a something i am doing wrong(?)as it seems strange that everytime i change discs via dvi ,i lose the picture and have to struggle to get one back :mad:
    Or should i just give up with dvi via the PDW6,even though the picture is sharper and more colourful than the component output???

    Pheeeeeww.....

    cheers all :lease:
     
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    No, the Panny won't accept PAL dvi/hdmi.
    Only NTSC.
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    Wrong!!! :nono:

    The panny does acept PAL in the DVI input. The problem is that some players will send a signal that has 572 lines instead of 576, and in this case the dvi blade of the panny will not recognize the signal :thumbsdow


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    I can prove you're wrong-
    The Denon 3910 outputs the CORRECT 576p signal (it uses a different video processor than the bugged Pioneer's), and still the Panny won't accept it, read your Panny's dvi card manual- it states 575p, I'd bet my bottom Euro that either this discrepancy or some other fault is the culprit.
    To my consolation I must say the Denon sends a magnificent and razor sharp picture.
    Barend
     
  5. ebury

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    Cheers guys-Why does the NTSC signal struggle to lock on the screen then?
    Does this happen with other 1910,2910,or 3910 users?It genuinely takes a while before i can get the pany to keep the signal,but lose it again if i change discs!!!
     
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    :nono:
    Well...my yamakawa 375 outputs 576p and my panny has no problem at all in displaying the picture :thumbsup: So were is the real problem? :confused:

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    J. Rosado
     

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