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LCD PJ for interlaced PAL DVD

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by mattij, Nov 27, 2002.

  1. mattij

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    First, based on specs or personal experience which of the new breed 16:9 LCD projectors do you feel is best suited for interlaced PAL DVD content. Sanyo Z1 or Sony HS-10 or ???

    Second, please lets keep this a non HTPC topic, thanks.

    BR,
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  2. meva

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    The Z1 doesn't scale Pal interlaced ( just overscans the top and bottom of the picture, which 16.9 tvs do anyway). I have heard that interlaced Pal looks very nice on this pj. I haven't heard anything about the Sony yet.
     
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    Could someone please confirm this, i mean Z1 and overscan method. Any problems related this method, lost subtitles or something else?

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    Sanyo Germany have confirmed it. There is no problem with this, basically on most (if not all ) televisions a little of the picture information at the top and the bottom is lost ( unless adjusted otherwise ). You wont lose any subtitles or anything else any more than you would on a regular widescreen tv.
    Hope this helps.
     

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