PAL Progressive paranoia

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by RedRose, Nov 19, 2002.

  1. RedRose

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    I've also posted this in the Prog Scan forum, sorry but I wasn't sure which forums was most likely to get a response.

    Does anyone have any real world experience of of PAL prog DVD player on a plasma screen vs. PAL interlaced? Having read the articles on http://www.progressivescan.co.uk/articles.shtml I am convinced of the need for NTSC prog, but if I have a Toshiba 520 player with hardware antialiasing and a plasma screen with built-in deinterlacer, what advantage would a PAL progressive player have?
    "Normal" R2 discs on the Tosh looked pretty darned good to me on a Panasonic 50" plasma.
    If anyone can convince me then I will cancel my order for the Tosh and order a Philips 963SA.
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