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Scancomm vtb-100

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by townsejl, Jul 15, 2003.

  1. townsejl

    townsejl
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    Hi,

    Have been looking at a 'cheap' converter to use with my epson pj (which unfortunately only accepts XGA in - no component) and tosh DVD player.

    I have looked at the specs of the new ProV plus and the scancomm vtb-100 and they look pretty similar. However there is a price difference of about 30 quid between the two (the scancomm being the cheaper).

    I was just wondering if anyone had any experience of either of these products as I can't seem to find any reviews of the vtb-100.

    Thanks in advance for any info/help you can offer.

    Jamie.
     
  2. Bert Coules

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    Jamie,

    Did you succeed in finding any information about the VTB100? It features in the latest Keene email newsletter and the spec looks very interesting (it has a component video input, which the Pro-V lacks.) Keene's price is £120, all but a penny.

    Bert
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