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Quintro V Holdan Hsr-1000

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by blu-tac man, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. blu-tac man

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    Hi All

    First post from a newbie so please be gentle!

    All the threads I have read so far mention the Quintro rather than the Holdan. There's only about £15 between them, and a review I read on another forum rated the Holdan higher than the Quintro.

    I'm about to go down the PWD6, JS RGB2VCA route and wondered if there was any particular reason why the Quintro was always mentioned as the interface.

    blu-tac
     
  2. hornydragon

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    Probably because AV-sales sell the Quintro not the holdan with there Plasma packages...
     
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    The Quintro (well, the latest model) has two RGB outputs, the Holdan only has one.

    There have been quite a few reports of cross-talk between inputs on Qunitros though.
     
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    If I want to feed a projector and my TV, do I need two equal outputs, or are two passive ones OK as long as only one display is switched on at a time?

    If the quintro has two equal outputs, then I might look at that - I've been searching for a good solution for two displays for a long time.
     

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