Panasonic tx32pg30 - is it really prog.scann tv?

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    The de-interlacer is built into the TV and can therefore de-interlace any input.

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    Plump, the Advanced Progressive Scan feature displays all active lines at once as a complete frame instead of using the interlace method of field by field. I believe this is similar to Toshiba's Dynamic Frame Scan and Sony's Digital Reality Creation - Multi Function. These all use a kind of buffer memory as I recall, so are not Progressive Scan in the way I think you mean, for use with NTSC DVDs.
    However, they all reduce visible lines to some extent, though not presenting the higher definition of the new Pixel Plus Philips or 1250p JVC systems for CRT.
    I am sure you know the Panasonic 32PG30 is discontinued, more or less replaced by the 32PL30.
     

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