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Hitatchi 42 PD3000 & Progressive Scan

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by midknight, Jan 12, 2004.

  1. midknight

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    I know this has been mentioned before but I am unclear whether I should have my DVD player set to progressive scan with this plasma as I cannot see much difference between progressive and interlaced - can anyone tell me which one I should have it set on with the Hitachi ?

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  2. MR2Harvey

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    Good question I have not tried progressive scan but if you have a good dvd player then this should be a bit better, probably not worth losing sleep over though.
     
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    As the 42PD3000 is an interlaced panel, there is very little difference - having said that, with my 42PD3000, I keep my player on progressive for both PAL and NTSC as I feel the picture is a little better.

    John
     
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    Hi,
    I have a pma400e and find that i get a smother picture if my dvd player is set to progressive out.
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    Daran
     

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