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Progressive Scan DVD chipsets.... (e.g. Limit9000se)

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by dompotter, Feb 6, 2003.

  1. dompotter

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    Is it possible to identify what chipsets are used in different Prog Scan DVD players ?

    Regards,
    Dom
     
  2. Underscore

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    Try looking here.

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  3. dejongj

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    You can always open up the case, normally at least 4 screws to undo :smashin:

    Don't get too hungup on the chipsets. A good example to get the discussion going is that the Arcam and Limit share the same chipset on certain models. Now does that mean they are the same machine. Ofcourse not, it is the combination of components.

    BTW Have you noticed that the Limit 9900SE is now only £148...Almost unbelievable, a fantastic PAL/NTSC PS player for what is an hours work money.....

    Cheers,

    Jean-Paul
     
  4. Flimber

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    That's some job you've got yourself there.

    Mike.
     
  5. dejongj

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    Well I was a little creative with the truth :( it is actually two hours of work before tax, three hours before income tax, four hours before national insurance, five hours before council tax, six hours before excise duties and I can forget about it after my wife has been shopping :clown:

    But I do love living in England for some strange reason...
     
  6. StooMonster

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    Yereeesss. £150 per hour, that's £300,000ish per annum. You're not my lawyer are you?

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  7. Dom Rice

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    Nice work if you can get it. And I cant!:(
     
  8. dejongj

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    Guys, guys, guys....

    I was just trying to make a point on how cheap it was. Not boost about my income. Hey my true salary is only £437 pounds per month, I am quite open about that, as it is the legal minimum wages that Inland Revenue allows :smoke:
    What my true income is, well let me just tell you that my wife not even knows that much, or me when I think about it. Come to think of it, why did my accountant move to the carribean :rotfl:

    Just enjoy your home cinema...

    Cheers,

    Jean-Paul
     

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