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scart board + Quintro versus tuner box

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by SNICK, Feb 10, 2004.

  1. SNICK

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    I've got a panny pwd6 with TU600 tuner (part of a package) but i'm serious considering putting the tuner out to pasture and investing in a scart board and a Quintro box - or something similar. This will set me back 200 quid - will this be worth the expense.???

    I'm also peeved that I can't tweak much screen wise with the tuner

    I really want to best pic money can buy - is this a viable option?:( :( :confused: :p
     
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    do you have a vga port? if its best picture quality then get js-tech rgb to vga converter to go with the quintro

    all rgb scarts to quintro then scart to rgb to vga converter.

    i think this way will be more expensive but better picture
     
  3. SNICK

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    excuse my ignorance - on the back of my panny, i have a pc in and separate serial input - is one of those VGA? or will i need a separate panny VGA board, if so which?
     
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    i think one is a vga
     
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    iirc, one is marked PC, the other serial. The VGA port is the one marked PC. The other is used to control the screen from a PC via the serial port.

    Dave
     

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