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AE300 internal de-interlacer vs Sony and Denon de-interlacer

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by djnsh, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. djnsh

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    I currently run a Panasonic AE300 via RGB scart from a Sony 705 DVD (i.e: interlaced output)

    As posted in the DVD players section, how does the projector's own de-interlacer compare to that of the one used in the Sony 930 machine and the silicon image de-interlacer as found in the Denon 2200 DVD player?

    Currently, credits at the end of the movies be it either PAL or NTSC disc scroll smoothly - I don't see any jagged lines. In fact I have not noticed any jagged lines within the picture at all.

    However pictures do look very smooth on fast action - should they look sharper?

    Is the smoothness a characteristic of a poor de-interlacer?
     

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