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hs10 via component

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by mutley, Dec 7, 2003.

  1. mutley

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    well my hs10 is conected to my pioneer 757 via component directly.

    it is also conected via s-video to pioneer 2011 than to 757.

    i can only make the component in from the HS10 work if i put "progressive" on the dvd setup (component output).

    If i put it to "interlaced" i can't get picture on hs10...

    Does component implies i can olny send progressive signal?

    I don't think so but...

    I wanted to change to interlace to try and remove the "very little" lip sync i notice on some pictures.

    Any help is welcome.

    Thanks.


    P.S. - After my first false start with the HS10 it has never done it again. Fingers crossed! 6 starts since and all OK!
     
  2. ozdvduser

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    The Component connections - direct or via PJ Multi both work with Interlaced & Progressive - I've tried it - switching DVD player between I/P and the HS10 menu shows 480i/480p (NTSC) or 575i/575p (PAL)
     
  3. Adam M

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    False start?

    thats the issue with mine! have had several, eventually leading to death, which is only resolved by waiting a random amount of time for it to respond to any command via remote or on the box.

    Is this a common problem? is it sortable by a warranty claim?
     

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