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PC to PTAE500?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Flanners, Jun 5, 2004.

  1. Flanners

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    Ordered my new set up Ae500, Sony 930 progressive PAL NTSC, screen, leads etc.
    Could I if I wanted to connect my PC to my AE500 using a DVI link cable? If so how and would it give me a better picture?

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    Cheers, crikey this looks tempting! a better image is possible. Just got to drill a hole through the wall for the cable!
     
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    Flanners, congrats on your AE500. The best possible source for the Panny will always be 720P through the DVI input, either from a 720P DVI DVD player or a HTPC, but there can be a huge variation in hardware and software with a HTPC that can effect the image quality. A little research and some patience whilst tweaking pays dividends. My Samsung 935 cannot compete with my HTPC for image quality, but the the Sammy is easy to use and still gives a great picture.
    Enjoy your new setup, Rob. :smashin:
     

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