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Prog Input to Sony 10HT. Is it worth it?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by stuart-f, May 26, 2003.

  1. stuart-f

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    I'm thinking of upgrading my current DVD player, Sony 735D, to an Arcam DV88 plus. I'll be running this through a Sony 10HT pj. Does anyone have experience of running a prog scan player through the 10HT and if so is there a significant improvement over a non-progressive feed? I think the Sony pj as an internal de-interlacer does this make a difference?

    (Maybe I should just save my money and put it towards a Barco Cine7 instead!).

    Thanks in advance for any replies.
     
  2. Jules

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    Hi,
    I don't know whether the VW10HT has the same de-interlacer as my VW11HT. But if it does, then IMO there's no point at all getting a progessive player.

    I have a Denon DVD-A1, at £2500 its probably one of the best progressive players you can get, yet I can hardly tell the difference between interlaced and progressive.

    I also have a Pioneer 737, and the deinterlacing on that machine is garbage compaired to the one inside the Sony projector.

    The de-interlacer in the Sony projector is fab. An upgrade maybe desireable, but for other reasons.

    Jules
     
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    On my VW10HT, I find the progressive output from my Pioneer 737 reproduces better than an interlaced output. The effect is subtle, mostly noticeable on scrolling titles and the like.
     
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    go on you know it makes sense
     
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    And why would anyone trade a good quality LCD projector for......... oh, never mind.
     
  6. stuart-f

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    Thanks for the replys chaps. I'll maybe try and get a demo machine at some point to see if the upgrade is worth it.

    (There's always that worry about upgrade for upgrade's sake.)
     
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    I demo'd an Arcam DV 88+ with my 10HT a while back, and found that the difference to my current interlaced player was minimal to my eyes. But try it and judge for yourself.
     

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