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A question about Q-Sync

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Sierix, Jul 3, 2003.

  1. Sierix

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    Having visited the local Seven Oaks (umm, no demos there either :() the chap in there suggested I do the following:

    Pass the DVD, Sky box and the PS2 through a Quintro scart changer (so I may have lots of inputs to one output) and then output to a Q-Sync.

    Then run one long 15pin D-Sub lead to the projector from the Q-Sync lead/box thingy.

    This is to apparently clean up the image of the Sky box. The cable is £150. I am under the understanding it is a v-sync/h-sync thang to make the images a lot less blurry as the output from the quintro box is RGB (scart or RCA). This is all a litle confusing really - even after reading lots on the web :blush:

    I already have the Quintro box (which is cool) - so before I fork out £150 on a lead (as I am buying all the extras for the PJ before the PJ to spread the cost a little), does this all sound on the level to anyone here please?

    Also is the overall idea of running a very long 15pin D-Sub lead to watch DVDs, Sky and play PS2 to the PJ a good idea too please?

    (FYI - The Panny AE300 & X1 are at the top of my current PJs list, hopefully I will get to demo a few)

    cheers
     
  2. Sierix

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    What exactly are the forum rules about bumping a thread please? :D
     

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