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HD1080i (HD1125i) ..... please explain.

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Uzey, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. Uzey

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    I know that 1080i means 1080 lines interlaced but what outputs this signal. Will my JVC NA77 progressive scan DVD player output this or do I need an 'upscaler'?
    Are the results good?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. kenji-san

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    hello,

    The NA77 will not output that signal, it will output 480p or 525p(progressive)

    I have the jvc hv-36p38 (similar specs to 32p37 and 32d25) and the NA77 myself. It produces a great dvd picture, although I really couldn't see a huge difference between the progressive picture, and the interlaced one.
    Regarding the upscaler, I wouldn't know,but maybe someone else here knows how the results would be, and if it's worth it.
     
  3. Uzey

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    Thanks!
    It is a nice DVD player, isn't it?
     
  4. kenji-san

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    yeah, really great design, and great picture all in all. plus it's packed with all kinds of features, and can play almost any format. And it's so slim! :)
    And with a price tag of about £140, it's a bargain.
    (Wow, that sounded like some crap commercial. :D )
     

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