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Quick question on iScan HD+

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by JohnCCFC, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. JohnCCFC

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    I've tried to read all I can but am still a little confused.

    Is there anything about iScan HD+ that is NOT future proofed?
     
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    yes (no ones knows what will come out in the future)
     
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    It has no XD-V inputs.
     
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    It wasn't until I'd read your answers that I realised what a dumb(ly phrased) question it was.

    I'll try again.

    Are there any aspects of HD-ness that way we understand it now, connectors and standards etc, that it doesn't have or can't/won't handle?

    Pottsy, if your answer 'XD-V inputs' is one such thing, thank you (though I've not actually heard of it).
     
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    You won't have heard of it - it won't be conceived until sometime in the future.

    To be serious, the HD+ is a pretty safe bet based on what's around at the moment.
     
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    one potential issue that you would have to clear with DVDO is if it is capable of scaling beyond beyond 1920x1080 ie 1080p in progressive
     

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