Quadscan Elite or P-scan DVD

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  1. magking

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    Halol.
    I've ordered a Panasonic PT AE-100, and wonder if i should get a Progressive scan DVD, a Iscan Proor a used Quadsvan Elite.
    The used Quadscan Elite is £1100, and that means i have to keep me Denon DVD 3000 with no DTS and no component output for some months.
    Or i could get a P-scan DVD like the Philips 962 from Hong kong with P-pal and P-ntsc.
    Everybody seem to say the VGA input is better, that would be easier with the Quadscan, right? Will the quadscan be a overkill, i could get a new Iscan pro for £900 woukd that be a better choice?
    What to buy and how to connect thats the question, when i decide what to buy i'll know how to connect.
    Many questions, I know.
    Any respos appreciated.
     
  2. richard plumb

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    consider also the ProV (do a search, there are some threads here already). Depending on the quality you require, it may fit your requirements well, and its only around £150.
     
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    Should also point out you can buy new Quadscan Elite's for well over £100 less than the price of your used one!

    Magking....are you outside UK as new Iscan's are £650ish....

    Gordon
     
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    Think he is from Norway somehow :clown:
     
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    Yeah....I notice now. When I pressed to reply and started typing I looked down at previous posts to see if he was outside UK and none of that info is shown.... I'm not usually that thick....

    Gordon
     
  6. magking

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    Sorry my late answers, have been away for the weekend.
    I have considered the Iscan Pro to, new price here is close to £1000.
    Maybe I should buy a Iscan from UK, any ideas to were to get it?
     

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