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Does anyone know an RP with progressive scan?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Julia, Sep 19, 2002.

  1. Julia

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    Is there an RP with progressive scan?
    I mean one that could be used with a progressive scan DVD player.

    Julia
     
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    Nope :(

    I have a Hitachi RP tv that has internal de-interlacing but has no component sockets. Some Toshiba RP's have component sockets but didn't used to have any form of progressive scan. I think this has changed (you'll need a more knowledgable expert than me) but again its only internal so wont take an extranal prog-scan signal.


    Anyone else know any more.

    Hopefully now that PAL-prog has been ratified there will be some TV's coming out.

    Stuart
     
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    My Thomson 44" RP has a progressive scan mode selectable in the menus.
    But no component video inputs.

    Don't know much about that feature.

    I do know that the picture is incredible and it's a generally gorgeous set, and cheap.
     
  4. Julia

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    Stuart, Morgan,

    Thanks for your postings.

    It's a pity one can have either the component sockets (eg. Toshiba RPs) or the internal prog scan (eg. Hitachi or Thomson).

    So it looks like we'll just have to wait a few more years ...


    Julia
     

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