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Prog scan with NTSC dvd's and 100hz tv's....

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by Stevie G, May 22, 2003.

  1. Stevie G

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    I've had a 36" Toshiba Picture frame telly since last summer. I've been thinking I'd like to upgrade my dvd player to one with progressive scan, as the tv is a 100hz one. A fair amount of my dvd collection are NTSC. How do 100 hz telly's play NTSC movies? Do they ramp it up to 120hz, or drop down to 60hz? Would I only benefit from PAL dvd's with prog scan and this telly?

    If I've completely missunderstood the details of prog scan, please correct me.....!

    Thanks!
     
  2. kwangomango

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    Unfortunately your tv does not support progressive scan, so a progressive scan dvd player would be wasted.
    The 100Hz modes do indeed up to to 120Hz when playing NTSC material.
     
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    Bugger! So it's 100hz but interlaced then? It updates alternate lines twice as much?
     

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