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Deinterlacing Question

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by daveb975, Feb 6, 2004.

  1. daveb975

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    I have a Panny 42PWD6 together with a prog scan Sony 930 DVD.

    I do not notice too much difference between the interlaced and progressive modes on the 930. Does this mean that the de-interlacer in the PWD6 is about as good as the one in my DVD player?
     
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    I'm suprised that you don't notice much difference, most people do seem to note an improvement and would be interested in anyones views on this. I have a 5 series and was looking at buying this model of DVD - with hopefully a big improvement on the cards.

    How are you connecting it up - I currently use a JS RGB to VGA converter direct from my Marantz DVD and passthrough RGB on the player to feed NTL digital. I was looking to get this player and go directly to component on the panel and use the JS converter solely for NTL.
     

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