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HS2 question

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by CARLOS, Mar 19, 2003.

  1. CARLOS

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    You can input an RGB signal through the scart and it outputs through S-Video, Therefore i guess it can convert, similar to an RGB to S-Video converter ?

    If so is the quality of conversion on par with a seperate converter like the JS Technolohy unit ?

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  2. CARLOS

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    I guess nobody knows the answer then :confused:
     
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    The only way you would know was if you had such a converter and could compare the two, I doubt many people would be in that position!

    All I can say is that I use it the other way: I input s-video and output RGB. This is from my Sky+ box. I have the 20e and I cannot input RGB. The conversion is so good I cannot tell any difference (on a 36" TV) between the RGB output from the Panny and the original RGB output from the Sky+

    Hope this helps!

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    Ok mate thanks for the reply, It sound as though it may be as good from what you`ve said about converting the other way.

    I`ll let you know if it is, As i`ve just took delivery this afternoon of a HS2 :)
     

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