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DVD to plasma

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Spasm, Oct 18, 2002.

  1. Spasm

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    Would any one know the best connections for a DVD to a plasma screen.
    I inderstand that component to component is ideal connnection but what would be the next best and so on?
     
  2. JaseyJay

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    IMO component is the way to go. But, have a look on the Plasma forum, or do a search there is loads on connnectivity.
     
  3. markbuffyfan

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    you have two choices buy either a john sims rgb to vga convertor £140 ish and some quality scarts. Or do what i have done get a syncblaster cable frome keane electronics which does the same job including the cable required (sterling gold range) for £75.

    Both are excellent.
     
  4. Reiner

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    I inderstand that component to component is ideal connnection but what would be the next best and so on

    The best would actually be a progressive connection (also done via Component), i.e. YPrPb. However your source must support this.
    That's followed by Component (YCrCb), RGB, S-Video and, the worst, Composite.

    PS: Component is also sometimes called YUV.
     

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