Scart v HDMI leads. Is there a marked difference?

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    Just bought a Panasonic LCD and DVD Recorder. Both have HDMI. I have a top quality scart to connect the two but would i see much of a difference in quality if i used HDMI leads between the two?

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    Yes, if it has HDMI, use it.
     
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    You should be able to set your DVD player to output 'progressive'. This will decode DVDs of films better (Google for 3:2 pulldown).

    Generally SCART (out of DVD or into screen) won't handle progressive, even 576p, you'll need HDMI.
     

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