Best non-interlaced player?

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  1. CogPaul

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    I am looking to purchase a high quality non-interlaced player to use with a quadscan pro and NEC9PG. Budget is around £1000 and I am prepared to purchase a prog scan player if the output in non-interlaced mode is also of high quality. Any suggestions? At present the Rotel 1080 seems a tempting prospect or maybe an older Sony such as the 7700 but any recomendations would be appreciated.

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    "Non-interlaced" = progressive.
     
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    Have you looked at the Arcam DV88 ?? NTSC and PAL prog output and exc CD playback but maybe out of budget ??
     
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    ... or maybe an older Sony such as the 7700 ...

    This machine is interlaced only (not progressive). It can however been fitted with a mod but given the age of the player and the price of the mod I would not consider this.

    quadscan pro

    Isn't that a scaler/de-interlacer? Why do you want a progressive scan (PS) player then!?

    Or do you actually mean "Best interlaced player?" ?
     
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    Sorry... yes I did mean interlaced player ! I just want to get as good a signal as possible as an input into the quadscan. There have been some posts on the AVS forum about new panasonics having particlularly fine interlaced ouput but sadly I have found little information on UK models, and the trend for progressive scan players probably means an older model might be the most cost effective option.
     
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    How about the Toshiba SD900?? 700 quid from www.leconcepts.com

    Interlaced output is superb also has NTSC Progressive scan and according to Le Concepts the modification allows for PAL Progressive (cant confirm this on my tv).
     

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