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rgb to comp/vga

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by lab, Feb 12, 2003.

  1. lab

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    I have a panny th50pd30 and I need to connect ntldigital via rgb scart.I have seen various rgb to component converters and rgb to vga converters but I can`t work out which will give the best pq.Can anyone advise please?
     
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    RGB - Component, I believe gives the best quality.
     
  3. d_devani

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    th50pd30 - is that a plasma or TV.

    RGB to Plasma VGA is the best for quality
    followed closely by the RGB to Component

    Check out http://www.rgbtosvideo.com

    Allot of people on this forum have bought stuff from the above site, including myself. The sight has allot of useful information, and they are very helpful.
     
  4. jont

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    If you are looking for a cheaper but best product-quality solution I have one of the JS RGB>VGA converters for sale over in the classifieds ...

    rgds

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    lab

    The JS Technology RGB2VGA converter is very slightly 'cleaner' than the RGB2YUV converter - though there's not much in it.

    If you use your NTL box quite a bit I'd possibly go with the RGB2YUV and at some point try out the Silicon Image iScan Ultra between the NTL box (and any other YUV, Composite and S-Video sources) and the Plasma display.

    The Ultra takes in YUV not RGB so if you want to get the best out of the NTL/Plasma combination (and would be willing to spend £850 or so on the Ultra) I'd go down that route.

    Best regards

    Joe
     

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