New DVD player with DivX decoder and prog scan

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  1. Goose74

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    Hi guys

    Has anyone heard of this player - DP-450 from KiSS Technology

    (www.divx.com)

    Here is what they say:
    Our new progressive Scan DP-450 DVD Player with DivX support is hitting the market exactly at the right time and the right price of 400 Euro. We believe that it is important to offer our users support for DivX video above and beyond other video technologies for a number of reasons," said Bo Lustrup, Marketing Manager at KiSS Technology (www.kiss-technology.com). "The incredible visual quality, significant brand equity, and vast global demand for DivX video makes the technology a must-have for next-generation video electronics devices, and the addition of DivX compatibility to the DP-450 will give our product a significant competitive advantage in the marketplace."
     
  2. Respectamonkeee

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    Looks very intresting.......be a nice player just for divx......
     
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    Can't wait, sounds like a great player, but, what confuses me is when I read the players official spec sheet it said it outputs progressive scan through the componet enabled scarts, (no compnent phono) is this possible??? As far as I know the only way to get a prog scan signal from a player was to use either Component phono/BNC or a VGA connection. Can anyone clarify if this is possible or just a c*ck up on the spec sheet.

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    So did anyone buy one?

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    If anyone has got one can you give us your opinion on the players de-interlacer.

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