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Progressive Scanners / Interlacers

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by PVR, Jan 1, 2003.

  1. PVR

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    Has anybody used an external PS or Interlacer with the Pioneer 433 MXE screen? After having used the system for a month now and being very happy with it, I start noticing the "imperfections" of the edges and lines, so want to bring an improvement in there.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    I'm using an HCPC in to mine while I await the KeyDigital native scaling module for it. With DVD it's pretty good, not so happy with video source normal TV. I don't have any input module fitted though so have no point of reference of Pioneers own standard input module.

    I would expect/hope the Key card should be as good, if not better than most external scaling solutions. It's being shown at CES in a weeks time so expect more news then

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    Gordon,

    That was that American thing you were talking about a month ago or so which is a slot in module for the screen ?

    Definitely interested in the result for that.

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