Is this one so bad because it's an AV SCART board or is it a real RGB SCART board?
gunslinger said:Thanks Joe for adding your experience there, i wasnt aware of those issues with the early board, although it would help if he said which one it was he had
there is a third option, which i think might be his best option if he wants possibly the best picture he can manage and that is to use something like a JS Technology RGB to Plasma VGA Convertor to hook up through the VGA connector
Is there any difference in these 2 boards? i thought the change was in the 8 series panels and boards were the same apart from model number.Joe Fernand said:Hello Davidgilmouir
As Gunslinger says a SCART board is a SCART board so has to meet all the relevant specs.
If you have a 7 or 8 Series Display you have two options if you must have a SCART Input board:
01. TY-42TM6TB - (6 & 7 Series) which never won many favourable votes and produced a 'soft' image.
02. TY-FB8SC (7 & 8 Series) - which seems to have solved all the image quality issues from the 6 Series Board and works very well; though I've personally never used one in a 7 Series Display.
Do you own the PW 7 or PW 8?pjclark1 said:It's not all that bad.
I sold my JS box as there was hardly any difference.
If you are a real expert you would need to see a JS box and a SCART picture side by side to tell the difference.
My guess is that it has a bad rep because many people are watching composite into the SCART board, and not RGB (easy to do)