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cheapest Deinterlacer available???

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by hornydragon, Aug 20, 2004.

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    OK i need to find a really basic deinterlacer box just one component input needed, just need a one in one out box, component interlaced in and progressive output.
    not using a D-sub out if possible, anyone know of anything cheaper than the Zinwell briteview????
     
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    anyone??? MAW? JOE? help.
     
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    Horny

    It should do and they are normally on 14 day Sale or Return - its not perfect but we have used a few of the AverTV products when budget was restricted; mostly I have to say to gain access to regular Teletext for customers who were using SKY as a TV tuner and didn't like the SKY 'text' (or whatever its called).

    Best regards

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