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Iscan Ultra and Toshiba 57WH36P

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Lizzard, Mar 18, 2004.

  1. Lizzard

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    I have an old Pioneer DV-717 player and i am getting my Toshiba 57" soon.

    I have considered buying a new DVD player with progressive output and component outputs.

    Would it be better to buy the Iscan Ultra and connect my old Pioneer to that instead and get a better result?

    I did consider the Denon 2900 but if the Iscan ultra gives better results i might take that instead.
     
  2. quadmad

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    Does anyone know if these sets can take a scaled picture through their component input ?
     
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    It can only accept 480p and 576p on it's component inputs.
     
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    This is just idle curiosity, since I'm planning to recycle my Iscan Pro to use with the Toshiba, but does the Iscan Ultra give any benefits over the Pro for which you'd be willing to pay extra? (I bought my Iscan Pro four years ago for an amount of money I prefer not to think about, especially since I think I recently came across a UK web site now selling them for only £200.)
     
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    What does 480p and 576p actually mean in scan line resolution ie 400 X 800 ?
     

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