Hi Guys, Here's a question to those of you ancient enough (in AV terms of course !!) to still remember (& own) laserdisc players & discs. How do you get on with them with your projectors...? I've just got an Hitachi PJ-TX10, great picture with DVD but Laserdisc looks pretty ropey. Now this is similar on my plasma, but on my old 42" RPTV Laserdisc looked almost as good as DVD, if not quite as detailed or solid. The jaggies on the projector on LD are pretty horrific, yet on DVD the image is smooth & detailed. Now I know that LD doesn't possess the same res as DVD, but in theory it resolves 440 lines (if memory serves) which should easily beat VHS & still produce a reasonable image. So what's the answer !! I'm using a Pioneer CLD-D925 via S-video (although composite ain't far behind - probably due to the Pio native being composite with cheap onboard conversion to S-vid). Do any of you yield good results with LD ? If so , how ? Do i need a scaler ? (probably gonna upgrade the Yammy DSP-A1 for a Z9 which should at least provide some more scaling options). Any body use Phillips or Sony PAL laserdisc players with better results ? or are you using imported Macintosh's/Muse/etc. ?? Any feedback would be great. cheers, Andy Oh yeah - also own a Pio 1850 LD player which yields pretty much the same results, so is it a pioneer thing ?