Is it possible to Connect Progresive Scan DVD player to 50HZ Projection TV ?

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  1. Jazzartist

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    Hallo There ,

    I have Panasonic Projection TV model Tx 43P15 H . Its 50Hz and have component inputs . I dont have any clue if I can connect it with Progressive Scan DVD Player . Its not mentioned in the manual and I have asked around with out any satisfactory answers. I will be thankful lif any of you can come up with a solutuion .

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  2. philipb

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    Certainly you can connect it, but it may not display a progressive picture. you need to check the manual. If not it will still display a perfectly good picture - just won't be progressiive scan.
     
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    In the instruction manual it should list the type of signal that the component input is capable of accepting. This is usually at the back of the manual. You need it to say it will accept a 32kHz 525P(480P) or 625P(576P) signal.

    I would doubt it will have this capability.

    Gordon

    (searched web for specs but couldn;t find them, sorry!)
     
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    Hi,

    That's exactly what I told you on another post.

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