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FAO TimH.

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by General Skanky, May 7, 2002.

  1. General Skanky

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    Nice spot General Skanky,

    I'm tempted.

    Has anyone tried one of these cables with a Panny PT-AE100????

    What resolution does a DVD player output? WIDE480???

    So many questions,

    Jonny
     
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    Read Pip's post about it with cable RGB. I have my doubts now as to wether it will work with the Panasonic. It will only work from approx. 30Khz up, and the lead requires support from 15Khz up.:(

    Read through all the links and explanations below.
     
  4. Timh

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    Guy

    Yes, I do know about this cable, looks like it could be a good buy for some projectors, but not the Ae100, it was discussed a few weeks ago on this forum, I believe someone comfirmed it would not work with the AE100, Pitty :(

    Thanks anyway.
     
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    I confirmed that the John Sim's variant does not work .To be fair John said it would not.
     

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