HT200 / i-scan pro display issues

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  1. mabar1

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    Hi,
    I am using a Sony DVD player, sending a component signal, doubled by the I-scan into the HT200.
    For some films, in parts (possibly on a horizontal panning scene?), the picture appears to 'spike', or digital artefacts appear.
    It also happens with an S-video output from Sky (via RGB conversion), again doubled through the I-Scan.
    Has anyone else experienced this, or can help me identify where the problem may lie?
    Thanks
     
  2. chips

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    Hi,

    The output from iscan is via a "D" connector (VGA). To connect to an HT200 you need a special lead made up with "D" connector at iscan end and phono plugs at HT200 end, to go into the HT200 component phono sockets.

    If you are using a computer type lead going into the VGA socket on HT200, this could be your problem.
     
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    Chips,
    Thanks for the response, but I've got a D sub->component lead as recommended by Sim2.
     
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    Hi again,

    It's not that then, have you got the latest software installed? V1.2 I think.

    Try talking to Owl Video Tech Support.
     

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