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Pro-V again.....:)

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by anbjornk, Oct 15, 2002.

  1. anbjornk

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    Hi,

    One question about the Pro-V... Can it output a true Pal progressive signal..?

    Regards

    AK
     
  2. richard plumb

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    hey, now there's a question.

    I think the answers no - I think it converts to NTSC (or at least 60Hz VGA).

    but theres a test coming up of prog. PAL vs ProV so soon we'll hopefully have a reasonably objective idea of the pros and cons of each.
     
  3. Walter mitty

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    Who cares?....... the pictures great
     
  4. anbjornk

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    Thank you guys...

    Btw, who's gonna test it..?

    Regards

    AK
     
  5. JohnS

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    I dont think the output in VGA is ntsc or pal its just VGA. The proV accepts both ntsc and pal. The ae100 sees the signal as wide480 which is a computer signal.
     

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