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Progressive scan on 32" CRT?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Lignjun, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. Lignjun

    Lignjun
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    I have Panasonic TX32PX20p widescreen TV.

    Yesterday I bought component video cables (Profigold) to get better picture from DVD player Pioneer 575a.
    But when I turn on progressive (on tv and on DVD player) - I got surprised - frequency on TV is not 100Hz like before, it seems like it's on 50Hz.
    Can someone explain why?
    At the end it seems better to watch DVD on 100hz interlaced than progressive on 50hz.

    Thanks!
     
  2. spocktra

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    The views on component(prog) is generally that it is better than std interlaced.However i find some dvds are worse with prog scan.Most recent productions filmed using some high def are fantastic on proggressive scanning.It is personal taste at the end of the day.
     

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