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JSv2 RGB to VGA or Amp component

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by lack300, May 30, 2005.

  1. lack300

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    Hi i am currently using a JS Tech V.2 RGB yo VGA convertor for watching sky on my panny 50PHD6 would i get a better picture if i run through the amp via component instead. Amp is AVCA1SR with Sky+ as sat reciever. i have read that Amp upscales s.video to component. or maybee there is a lead or another box that will improve things.
    Gordon is gonna be ISFing v.soon but i want it at it best it can be first before the calibration.
     
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    Stick with the VGA :smashin:
     
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    will do then cheers ............
     
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    Lack300

    If you have Gordon booked for an ISF Calibration organise for him to demo a VisionDVI or VisionHDP with your Display.

    Your SKY Digibox (and any other sources) will look considerably better on your 50PHD7 once you let the Lumagen do all the Deinterlacing, Scaling and Processing - you'll want a DVI or HDMI Board in your Display!

    Best regards

    Joe
     

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