DVD Player - Progressive Scan

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Pip_UK, Jan 14, 2002.

  1. Pip_UK

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    I am buying a DLP projector in a couple of weeks.

    Is it worth getting a progessive scan DVD player if the projector has on board high-end de-interlacing, per-pixel motion compensation, 3:2 and 2:2 pulldown film-mode detection and cross-color suppression (Faroudja)

    I was opting for the Sony DVPNS900V

    Pip
     
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    Which Projector are you talking about ?

    Sim HT300 perhaps.

    With the onboard Faroudja de-interlacer onbaord all you really need is a DVD with a quality component output.

    The projector will be doing most of the work.

    There's been quite a few problems with Sony 900's

    Owl have been reccomending Arcam DV88's to use in such a scenario
     
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    Thanks,

    The projector is Tosh's DLP MT5 (2m screen from 3.8m viewing distance)

    What was the probs with Sony? ... I need a DVD player with component output and the reviews seemed better than the Tosh equivelant.

    Cheers,

    Pip
     
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    Pip,

    I'm not sure of the exact problem with the Sony 900

    Do a search on this forum based on the model number and you should find something.

    It may not be relevant to component out ??

    Regards,

    David
     

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