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Progressive scan

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Ricky27, Apr 25, 2002.

  1. Ricky27

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    As a few of you know im a recent convertto PJs and was thinking about this progressive scan thing,would it be worth getting as i only actually buy PAL discs?
     
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    It's well worth it if you buy either an Arcam fMj Dv27 or the Arcam DiVA 88 with PS module.

    They are £1,600 and £1,350 respectivly.
     
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    What about the tosh sd510e?
     
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    Not to mention the Nintaus PDVD-N9769 :D
     
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    Definately worth it. It makes a big difference to the picture quality on the big screen.

    I've been holding off buying for a few weeks but as there doesn't seem to be anything else around that does PAL Progressive so well, it has to be the Arcam DV27 FMJ.

    I posted my findings when I borrowed one to test a few weeks back with my Sony VW11: http://www.avforums.com/frame.html?...owthread.php?s=&threadid=33657&highlight=DV27
     
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    You should look into a HTPC (Home theatre PC).

    Should cost you about 500 quid, but you need to be fairly PC literate to tweak or get the best from it.

    Fully remote controlable with an IRman & Girder software, but, without doubt, IMO, the only way to extract the best from the AE-100.

    Lots of info in the HTPC forum.
     

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