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Pal prog interference

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by G a f f e r, Mar 20, 2004.

  1. G a f f e r

    G a f f e r

    Dec 31, 2003
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    I have a Jamo DVR50 which outputs either NTSC or PAL in either interlaced or progressive to my projector. However, even though 525p output looks fine, 625p has lots of (?random) darker horizontal lines that come and go on the picture. For instance, the menu's especially and landscape shots on LOTR EE's look terrible. This is why I have to resort back to an interlaced signal with the PAL output.
    Can anyone tell me what's going on? Why is PAL progressive affected, but NTSC progressive fine?
    My projector recieves the signal via a component lead and is a Panny AE500, yet with the interlaced PAL signal, the projector's onboard deinterlacer works fine and I get no 'interfence' at all - am I connecting it wrong somehow?

    I can't figure out why the Jamo has an isolated problem with PAL prog output only and would appreciate any help (i'm a bit miffed because the whole point of me buying this DVR50 was to benefit from the PAL progressive output which is unwatchable:mad: )

    Thanx for any help.

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