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Looking for a 2 x RGB Scart TV or NTSC / PAL Progressive

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by andyboy, Jul 23, 2004.

  1. andyboy

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    Can anyone recommend me a TV that has either 2 RGB scart sockets or that can accept PAL / NTSC Progressive Scan ? Obviously I want to make the most out of my new Pioneer DV575 player so I want a top picture performance !

    Don't wanna pay more than £500.00 - I hope this is a decent budget ! :thumbsup:
     
  2. torkelom

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    First of all, your dv575 do not send progressive scan on scart, you have to use the component RBG connectors.

    Second, the only TV I have seen that is capabale of a progressive scan signal is the Panasonic PD30.
     
  3. Moo242

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    I have the same DVD player and the Tosh 36zp38 does a gorgeous prog scan picture via component.

    Unfortunately, you have about a 1 in 5 chance of picking up a 'good' zp38 that doesn't have horrible screen discolouration and/or capacitor problems which produces nasty prog scan wavy lines.

    I've just returned my second set and am thinking about the Thomson 643 which also does prog scan at about half the price of the Tosh. It's had great reviews.

    There's also the Panny tx36pl32 which does prog scan which is supposed to be very nice

    Edit: Just noticed your budget - you'll be hard pushed to find anything at that price with 2 x RGB and I would say zero chance of prog scan - What size are looking for?
     

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