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iScan Ultra & NEC 42VR5

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by MancLad, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. MancLad

    MancLad
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    I can buy an iScan Ultra for £250 the question is really is this a good deal and will I notice much difference picture quality wise with my VR5 if I but it??


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  2. hornydragon

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    The ultra is a De-interlacer not a scaler, and as the NEC has loads of coonections you wont really benefit from the extra ones on an Ultra like you can with a panel that has VGA only, if you can get it on approval and have a play then it might be worth it, personally i think ISF calibration will do alot more for your NEC for £250 than an ultra drop Peirs, Gordon a line, the NEC out of the box settings are woeful and correct calibration will do wonders for it.
     

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