Help !! Please


Well-known Member
Hi All,

New to all this but I love it.

I have a basic setup here and would like to improve it....on the cheap :)

I have an Hitachi PJ2001 LCD projector being fed via S-vhs from an Xbox & Panasonc E30 DVD recorder
Would this be a good improvement over S-vhs?

Please can you mail me as i dont have much time to visit forums very often and as its payday soon I'd like to get one if its going to improve my picture....I'm happy with it but we can always imrove thing a little :)

Any advice greatfully recieved

[email protected]

Vision VIVID VTB 100
Features / Functions

Stand-alone, Plug-n-Play. No software drivers required and no messy PC installation routines.
PC Compatible
Built-in TV tuner, support up to 125 channels with Fine Tuning function
Provide user-friendly OSD (on screen display) to control functions
Automatic source standard detection (NTSC/PAL/SECAM for Composite Video or S-Video)
Auto-scan air/cable TV channels & channel memory/add/erase
Full screen TV display, support VGA(640x480), SVGA(800x600) and XGA(1024x768) display resolution
The DE-INTERLACE can provide high quality picture with sharp & stable image output to VGA.
Support 60Hz & 75Hz Output Frequency Display function
Compatible for multi-signal inputs: TV tuner, Video, S-Video, Component (Y,Cb,Cr) & VGA Loop-through
Support Sleep Timer Setting
Built-in Multi PAL/SECAM TV Tuner (PAL-I, B/G, D/K & SECAM LL)
Remapping function for programming your favourite channels
Fully functional infra-red remote control
Supports 3:2 pulldown for film mode
NICAM Stereo ( PAL).
Supports 15pin D-Sub graphic card( VGA in); 15pin D-Sub monitor (VGA out) and DVI Monitor (DVI out)
Fastext Teletext (PAL)

RF Input: Type. 75 Coaxial cable
Composite Video input with Stereo Audio
S-Video input with Stereo Audio Input
VGA input: 15pin D-Sub
Component Video (Y, Cb, Cr)

VGA output: 15pin D-Sub
DVI output
Stereo lines out

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