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LC32GA4 component conversion for SKY

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by MickyGee, Jan 14, 2005.

  1. MickyGee

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    Has anyone successfully improved their RGB SKY picture quality by using an RGB to component converter with an LC32GAx? I am happy with the DVD picture on RGB, but my Panasonic SKY box picture just sucks ! (despite all the help on settings - thanx Aspender).

    Also looking to buy a new DVD for the TV, is DVI worth the extra over Progressive scan component ? Currently using a Tosh SD100E on RGB.

    Advice appreciated.
     
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    I have a panny Sky Box, do you notice any problems with interferance on the Blue Sky Screens via RGB? I can't get rid of it. Tried a £40 scart too with no difference
     
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    No problems with interference Mark. Infact blue screens pin sharp.

    Problem is with some of the lower bit rate sky channels which look worse than on my old 32" Sony CRT. Little difference noticeable between Composite and RGB on the Sharp. I guessing its just a Sky/LCD thing, but open to suggestions.
     

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