False Statements

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by laurie, Dec 13, 2001.

  1. laurie

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    Guys

    Most manufactures claim to be the first in this and that...but what I cannot understand is Denons claim for the 2800 being the FIRST with Pure Progressive sure they just called it another name but if I'm missing something is not ALL progressive dvd player's output the same signal to the display device:confused: yes some might be bettter but the core process is still the same!!...is it! so Pioneer can come up with "Ultimate Progressive" then they could claim the FIRST with ...........
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    Laurie,

    It is a bit misleading but I think that the reference by Denon is to the first use of the iScan (DVDO) chipset in a player to do the deinterlacing.

    The Skyworth was the first player to impliment the Sage chipset (although they don't go on about it) for it's deinterlacing.

    I can't remember who brought out the first progressive player.

    brian.
     
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