Philips 962 and PAL progressive. Can you turn it off?

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  1. Messiah

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    I have my 962 connecetde to my Sharp plasma which supports NTSC progressive only. Therefore when I play a non R1 disc I get no picture. I can use the non-progressive component outputs but then I lose NTSC PS.

    Does anyone know if you can turn off the PAL PS facility on the 962 or am I stuck with

    1. No progressive option at all, or
    2. Watching NTSC discs only.

    Thanks.
     
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    i think its in the settings its called dcdi or some thing
    its in the same menu as gamma sharpness if i remember
    hope this helps
     
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    Yeah thanks but there is no option to switch it on or off dependent upon signal type only to adjust it. As far as I can see anyway. Seems a bit strange but looks as though its all or nothing.

    Thanks.

    PS Just realised you live in the same part of the country as me, Cardiff. Spooky!
     
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    yea gutting after going through ordering 962sa to find out you cant use the prog scan maybe trade or sell it for the best interlaced you can get.

    what part of cardiff you from
    i`m cathays
     
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    Just outside, Llantrisant.
     

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