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Sagem HD-D45 and DVD Players

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by Dan-uk, Aug 3, 2005.

  1. Dan-uk

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    I've got my Sagem and was temporarily playing dvds through portable sony dvd player using composite and analogue connectors into scart .... so more or less the worst combination. Still a decent picture

    Finally got a dogs danglies Belden 1694a Component cable and hooked it up to my slightly older Sony DVP-7000 reference player (not prorgressive scan as far as I know) and now seem to have horizonal blur on dvds although the picture is Fantastic. Do I take it that I need a new dvd player and if so what about the Pioneer DV-585A-K, which I assume supercedes the 575 ? Will progressive scan dvd players / newer players be better suited

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    Are you inputing comp-i?
     
  3. blackwavesid

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    Hi Dan-uk

    Unfortunately can't offer any insight as to your horizontal blur problem but for what it's worth I recent purchased a Toshiba SD-240E DVD player (with prog scan) for a little over £20 and the picture quality through the component outs is better than the DVI output from my Samsung HD-745 which was £100 more expensive.

    Sid
     
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    Dan doesnt need a progressive player as long as he inputs comp-i the Sagem display will do the scalling and produce a progessive picture. It will do this job far better than most dvd players apart form the very best which would cost around the £1000 mark. :thumbsup:
     

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