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Newbie question: I own Toshiba 32ZD26P and does it work in PAL-progressive?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by TheSmisker, Sep 14, 2003.

  1. TheSmisker

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    I belive the forums have cleared this one pretty good but it also states that the tv can handle something called Pseudo PAL progressive, or PAL 60

    Now, I dont get the difference bwn real PS-PAL and PS-PAL60

    Does it have something to do with it converting (the dvd) to a NTSC-like signal so that the tv accept it as a NTSC PS signal?`

    I am at loss and would love help
     
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    32ZD26 does not do PAL progressive.
    PAL60 is nothing to do with progressive scan and is basically PAL at 60Hz.
    I believe pseudo PAL progressive is where a PAL signal is converted to NTSC progressive by the source DVD player. My old Philips 963sa did this.
     
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    OK, thx

    It doesnt state on technical info what DVD-players provide this. How will one know? Borrow home? Trust the salesman :laugh:
     

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