Prog scan ??

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by graham_ew, Sep 9, 2002.

  1. graham_ew

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    Will a DVD player such as the Tosh 510 which has prog scan show any upgrade in picture quality when used on a RPTV (no componant inputs) when viewing a NTSC DVD through RGB scart or do you need to use the componant out/inputs to enable this?
     
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    Yes, you need component for progressive to work
     
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    Cheers for the quick reply Graham,

    I thought so , Im after udating my Tosh 2109 and just wondered what benifits I will get straight away ( I do intend to get a projector some time in the future)
     
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    I suspect one side effect, and I don't know this for sure, is that if you went for a player with proggy scan, I would have thought the manufactures would use better components.

    If you're trying to generate a good signal through PS, you then don't want to drag down that quality by using inferior internal components.

    So, even if you won't benefit fromp PS initialy, I would have though even through s-video you would see less cross-talk etc.

    but i may be wrong
     
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