Denon 3910 Video Connection Options

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  1. simonn5

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    I have just recieved this fantastic player and have been playing around with the different connection options... :)

    I also have a Philips PF9986 with the firmware upgrade that will allow a progressive scan feed via the component-VGA-DVI adapters. I have read on the board that this may be a preferable route than using a DVI-DVI feed as the analogue component feed can take advantage of the Philips' PP2 processing. Is this true?

    I don't want to buy 2 sets of cables to compare each feed so if anyone has had a chance to compare the two your views would be greatly appreciated.

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  2. Tony B

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    I have my 3910 connected to my 37pf9986 via DVI-DVI and via RGB-RGB Scart.
    Via DVI the PP options are PP2 and Progressive Scan = difference is quite small
    Via Scart the options are the same, as well as Movie Plus = differences are more marked
     
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    Thanks for that Tony
     
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    I should say, btw, that the picture via DVI is superior to the RGB Scart picture
     

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