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Progressive Scan DVD with Interlaced TV???

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by dnd, Feb 24, 2002.

  1. dnd

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    Hello there!

    I have a normal 50Hz (or 60Hz NTSC) interlaced TV set.
    I now wanted to buy a DVD player for playing both DVDs and VCDs/SVCDs, and found a cheap generic progressive scan one as well as a verity of regular DVD players. I am most probably going to play region 1 DVDs as well, and regarding VCDs - I can burn them whatever way I choose...

    My question is:
    Is there any point getting that progressive scan DVD or am I better off just buying a branded interlaced one?
    :confused:

    Any of your comments/thoughts are welcomed...

    Thanks in advance,
    dnd
     
  2. zcaps57

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    I see no point of getting progressive DVD player as long as your display/tv cannot accept progressive signal.
     

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