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DVD-2910 as a scaler for crt pro ??

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by rob virgo, Dec 27, 2004.

  1. rob virgo

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    hi ,

    can anyone tell me if the hd/upscaled image is output through all the outputs on this machine or just the hdmi and dvi ones.
    i have a sony crt projector thats hd ready but connections are my problem.
    is this really a cheap way to hd tv or am i kidding myself.
    multiplyers seem to cost over a grand and this all in one is a third of the price.

    to good to be true ????

    cheers

    rob
     
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    Yes it's too good to be true. I believe the upscaled image is only available from the Digital outputs.

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    pity gordon ,

    have seen some fine replys to questions on this bb from yourself in my short time here.

    any ideas how to get nice scaling at a reasonable price

    cheers

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    Well I'd look at trying to find a s/h IscanHD or Focus CS2 or Lumagen Vision....or even a new Lumagen VisionDVI....Likely to be looking at £500 upwards

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