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Iscan on VPL11WHT

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by museumsteve, Jan 3, 2003.

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    is this a good partnership.? I use an Iscan with PTAE100 and cos Panny is SVGA the Iscan is putting wide480 for me which is just right, but what about the Sony with XGA..should I be looking at something more substantial like a quadscan or Deuce..
    Any reply would be welcomed..thanks in advance
     
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    The VPL11 has good de-interlacing and scaling for NTSC source material. It isn't as good with PAL stuff. In that regard the Iscan is better. As an Iscan is superior at de-interlacing to Quadscan and Deuce I wouldn;t be in a hurry to swap out for either of those.

    So if I were you I'd see whether you prefer Iscan or Snoy direct for PAL source material and wire it all up accordingly.

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    thanks Gordon (as always)...:)
     

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