Sony Dvp-Ns930 Jagged Edge

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  1. rmcphail

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    HI Guys,
    Have a Sony DVP-NS903 , when i use it with my projector PVL-60 i get a Jagged edge on the right hand side.This is only present when used in progressive mode. i have used the projector with other progressive DVD player and my xbox which runs progressive and it works prefectly.Is it a problem with the Sony or is there something i am doing wrong. :suicide:


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    is the jagged edge actually cutting anything off or is it just as if the image is shifted and this edge is the edge of the picture?

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    Hi
    It is not cutting off anything ,this seems to be the edge of the picture
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    If the above makes any sence ,also svideo seems brighter when used,,

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    well id hazard to suggest you are simply seeing the edge of the picture and just need to either shift it a bit, overscan it a bit, or a bit of both and you wont see it anymore.

    As for the s-vid, differences are unsurprising since there are very different things happening for each connection

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