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Pro V Deinterlacer £81

Discussion in 'Shopping, Deals, Discounts & Bargains' started by GaryG, Mar 18, 2003.

  1. GaryG

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    1 day only (today 18/3) Pro V Deinterlacer £81 at www.todayonly.co.uk (item 10)

    What's a Pro V? Details as follows:

    Scan Progressive PC/TV Tuner Display System PAL I -
    This is the most underrated AV product we've seen...we've also seen it sell for £399 elsewhere
    The ProV turns almost any screen into a multimedia centre by linking your CRT/LCD monitor, plasma screen or projector to a DVD player, VCR, Camcorder, console, satellite or simply using it as a TV with the built in TV receiver! Pre HDTV picture quality. Double scan conversion (15.75KHz to 31.5KHz) - Watch TV on your CRT/TFT or Plasma without the need for a PC.

    Similar products with half the features cost 5 times the price usually only used by pro's & corporates - We're proud to introduce a product affordable for the Home as well as office applications.


    Built-in TV Tuner for receiving Broadcast or Cable TV. ProV takes external video and audio from a Laser Disk, DVD , VCR, Camcorder, Video Game, Satellite etc.
    -Support VGA, SVGA and XGA
    -Unit Colour Sliver
    -Advanced Frame Buffer Technology, -Double scan conversion (15.75KHz to 31.5KHz)
    -Watch TV or Play Games on your Projector/CRT/LCD or Plasma, without a PC
    -Supports audio, including a Sound Card Pass through
    -Brightness, Saturation, Contrast, Sharpness and Hue adjustment
    -On Screen Display operation with IR Remote Controller, easy to use and on software driver required.
    -One-touch Button to switch between TV and PC
    -Automatic channel scan and memorized function
     
  2. Dominic

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    gary i beet you by 2 mins on the clock but not in the list:D
     
  3. GaryG

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    Yeah your post wasn't there when I started the thread, I spent too much time 'previewing' my reply and changing the post to add the details from the scan site. Tried deleting my post after I finished ponsing about and found you had beat me to it but I can't delete it (something about not having admin priveledges).
    Hopefully, we'll inform twice as many people!:D
     
  4. Dominic

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    i guess your one got the "most looked at award" mine only got 101 yours was 146.
    :D
     
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    But did anybody buy one?:confused:
     
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    No but wish I had! :( Thought that I could input my sky and dreamcast into my tv via scarts 1 and 3 then output scart -> s-video on scart2. Only get a b&w picture though for some reason! :(

    Any suggestions? :confused:
     

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