Progressive scran thru Sony DRC t.v.

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  1. nickoff

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    Do the Sony Digital Reality Creation rear projection t.v's benefit from input from a progressive scan dvd player?
     
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    I din't think the DRC range of Sony's have pro-scan inputs, or even component. Toshiba are the only TV manufacturers who market models with component inputs in the UK, and they're not pro-scan ready.

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    I think they have one set of component inputs. If their pro-scan I do not know?

    I never trust the salesmen to tell me the truth so I always try to get feedback and info from these sites - very informative. Thanks for the response.
     
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    For PS you need PS inputs (via component), IMHO Sony's DRC TVs don't have that (yet).
     
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    Toshiba AREN'T the ONLY company that do TV's with Y-U-V inpust on them in the UK. The Loweo Aconda will accpet anything thrown at it for much the same price, even PS RGB, via. a PC style input.

    Just thought you might like to know.

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