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Line doublers / deinterlacers

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by JonMace, Dec 5, 2002.

  1. JonMace

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    Looking at getting One of the above, but don't really know what I talking about so would apprechiate some advice.

    Current Situation is that I have a Sony HS1 connected to this are:-

    Tivo via a RGB->SVideo convertor Which plugs into the Svideo socket.

    Tosh 510 DVD via component into Multi plug.

    The Inputs on the HS1 are SVideo, Compersite, and either Component or whatever the computer feed is called via the multi plug.

    the question I have are Would I get a much improved picture, and would I still be able to plug in both sourses?
     
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    I would think that an Iscan de-interlacer should make a significant improvement and it will accept your current inputs.

    I can supply them if you can't get a decent deal from your dealer

    Gordon
     
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