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philips Q50 vs Tosh 510

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

  1. baseborn

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    Which to buy - both around £300 online.....

    Have got a Tosh 32ZD26P - which accepts Prog Scan

    Any advice people........

    Is YUV connection same as component BTW??

    Cheers

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  2. petrolhead

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    Tosh at RS for £250

    That may help
     
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    I've got the Asian Philips Q50 since the European Q50 had its de-interlacer chip removed. If you were looking at the european model then forget it for progressive scan. You can however wait for the Philips 963SA which should do PAL progressive scan and (once hacked) NTSC prog.scan.

    If NTSC progressive scan is your thing and you need it now then you can't go far wrong with the Tosh 510, especially at its discounted price.

    BTW Most Richer Sounds stores have sold out of the 510 so if you find it, you have to act sharp.
     
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    Philips DVDQ40 Multiregion HiFiBitZ Price - £139.99

    Philips DVDQ50 Multiregion HiFiBitZ Price - £249.99
     
  5. NeoBlade

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    The Q50 is better for producing visuals than its Q40 sibling but again if you want progressive scan and want the Q50 it HAS to be an american version or an asian version.
     

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