DVD component on TV

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  1. apitoman

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    Hi,

    Iam planning to buy a new TV for my mini home theater. My DVD has Y,Cb,Cr video component. Can I Plug these components to Y,Pb,Pr on the TV, since TV with Y,Cb,Cr is hard to find in my place. Need your advice. Thanks
     
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    Toshiba 32 & 36ZP48P or 36ZP46P - Component inputs & PAL PS.

    http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=147573

    Also Panasonics 32PD30 & 36PD50 range.

    The "thinking man on a budget" way to get the best possible VFM in relation to performance/cost ratio from a display.

    Way better than LCD or Plasma, and at quite a saving.
     
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    Hi guys,

    I have a Tosh 32ZP48 and am feeding it a diet of prog-scan via some QED component leads from a Pioneer DV-575a.
    As CJROSS states the Tosh's and Panny's accept prog-scan, and IMHO you wont be disappointed if you got yourself one of the Toshiba's.
    I did try a STARLOGIC (??) dvd player when I first got the Tosh as it did PAL and NTSC prog-scan, and thought YEAH, the picture looks better than thru scart. Then I borrowed a mates Tosh SD-340, and noticed an improvement.
    However, I now have (after reading so many good things about it), a Pioneer DV-575 from Richersounds and am totally besotted by the prog-scan pics I am getting. If you have the budget, may I suggest either the 32 or 36 inch Toshiba, AND the Pioneer DV-575, connect them up using some decent component leads (I am using a QED P-CV1 lead).
    As a bit of a bonus, the Pioneer is also multi region and plays SACD/DVD-A aswell. The Tosh's (48 series) also have on-board DD and PRO-LOGIC decoding to boot. Comes supplied with 4x sat speakers and a built in subwoofer. I dont use the on-board decoders as I have a seperate AV receiver, but may well come in useful for someone who can't or won't have a full blown seperate surround system.

    All the best,

    Graham.
     

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