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New Plasma screen help please

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by iwilliams, Jan 19, 2004.

  1. iwilliams

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    Hi all

    I have just got a new Panasonic 42" version 6 from
    www.av-sales.co.uk, model TH-42PWD6.

    It comes with a scart board and the built in 15 pin connector.

    I have connected my cable box and xbox via a RGB switch box
    into the scart board.

    I have a pie 626 DVD player and use the YUV outputs connected to the 15 pin on the plasma.

    Using this type of connection from the DVD player is the best yeah ??

    Also Iam thinking of buying a high def kit for my pal xbox.
    Iam gonna get it modded next week so I can switch it to NTSC
    so it will support progessive scan.
    What do I need to get this up and running correctly please?

    What does the plasma support in terms of progessive scan modes and how do you know its running ?

    Looking at the xbox high def kit it uses the phono connecters, will I be able to connect them direct into the plasma using the 15 pin connecter?

    Thanks for the help
     
  2. Jasonjo

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    Thanks for the help

    I have been reading for days on this forum before posting
    and read most posts on the xbox.

    But does my plasma support progessive PAL or NTSC or both

    Thanks
     
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    The PWD6 supports both PAL progressive and NTSC progressive.
     

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