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Progressive Scan Projectors

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Ace007, Mar 8, 2001.

  1. Ace007

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    Does anyone know of a good website that specialises in reviews of ProScan Projectors? With lots of info??

    Cheers

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  2. lmccauley

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  3. Ace007

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    Imccauley,

    Thanks for the link, there's alot of info there on Progressive scan, but I was really looking for a list of ALL Projectors which are capable of ProScan and reviews of them.

    Cheers
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  4. lmccauley

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    Doh! I've just re-read your original message.

    Cheers,
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  5. Ace007

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    So does anyone know of any links please?
     
  6. HT Dude

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    Ace, to be honest, I don't think such a site would exist, specifically.
    It's like asking for a site which reviews NTSC compatible TVs. So many have the feature that it's not enough of a big deal to dedicate a site to.
    All projectors able to take a computer input - whether via a VGA input like a lot of LCDs - or via RGB like a lot of CRTs - will be able to do what you want to some degree.
     
  7. Chris Frost

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    The following current Sim2 (aka Seleco) projectors will accept a component progressive scan input:

    HT200 DLP
    HT250 DLP(coming soon)
    SVD800 CRT
    SVD500 CRT with optional upgrade board

    These will also allow 16:9 mode switching to full resolution anamorphic discs and letterbox material to be displayed without distortion.

    All the data capable Sim2 projectors will accept an RGB progressive scan signal.

    The Sanyo PLV30 LCD projector will accept both component progressive scan (with 16:9 mode) and RGB progressive scan (requires extenal aspect ratio control via line doubler/scaler).

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  8. Ludae

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    The HT200 can't display the full vertical resolution of anamorphic DVDs without an anamorphic lens.
     

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