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  1. pauwoo

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    I have a quick question, i have finally got myself a plasma tv, a Hitachi 42pd5200.

    I have had a Denon 2900 for a long time, this has prog scan on it for both PAL and NTSC, i have connected to my plasma via the S-Video connector, if i turn the prog scan on, will i see a better picture or does it have to be using component connectors for this to work?

    I am going to get component connectors any way but was just wondering if this would do for now?

    thanks

    paul.
     
  2. Seth Gecko

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    Didn't think you could get progressive through the S-Video connector. My 3910 is hooked up using HDMI-DVI and Component and it plays rather nicely :)
    I may well be wrong (only thing I use S-Video is for my PS2) but I'm pretty sure.......
     
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    Sadmuppet is correct, the only analogue connection to work with PS that is common on a DVD player is YUV component. RGBHV can also carry PS but is not on that many DVD players and if it is is normally via a VGA connection.
    DVI & HDMI can also carry PS in the digital domain.

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