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Pro V 2 +

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by windfall, Oct 20, 2003.

  1. windfall

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    Hi All
    Following a quick reply, I have to ask the question on this Pro V unit.

    I currently have a Yamaha DSPA5, Pioneer DVD 414, X-Box, and Sky. Viewing via a 32" Philips TV and a Panasonic PTAE100.

    I use the component from the DVD direct to the component in the PTAE100.

    I also plug into the PTAE100 (using D-Sub) my Laptop for watching divx and use a SB MP3+ to output the 5.1 via optical into the amp.

    I use a composite cable for viewing Sky and X-Box but will be upgrading to Sky+ when I move house so that I can replace the Composite with S-VHS as my Xbox is using the advanced connector thus using S-Video and Optical for the sound.

    Also When I move I will be upgrading amp to a Yamaha 640SE, so that I can use the component via the amp.

    Ok, hope you have a pic of my setup, now to a question, will the Pro V2+ actually do anything for me?

    From what I have speed read and viewed it wont increase the Component quality, but will increase the Sky and xbox via SVHS? Is this accurate?

    I have learnt a lot since this morning when I signed up for this forum! Cheers to all and merry xmas! (DOH)

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    When I update my DVD player to prob something with Progressive Scan (NTSC&PAL) will the PTAE100 benefit from that, as I cannot see if it is compatible with it.

    Again thanks

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