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Sony HS10 and Macrovision

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Gary Lightfoot, May 9, 2003.

  1. Gary Lightfoot

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    Anyone know if the HS10 is affected by macrovision in any of the inputs?

    TIA

    Gary.
     
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    Gary,

    I've never had any trouble with the component inputs anyway can't vouch for the rest, interesting why do you ask.

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    I've not had any probs using svhs,comp and the multi input...
    But doesnt most dvd mods/hacks disable the macro?

    Got a feeling all my players are macro free
     
  4. Gary Lightfoot

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    Thanks guys.

    Klippie - a guy on a newsgroup asked, so I thought I'd ask here for him as he wasn't getting any replies at the time.

    Just trying to do my best for the home cinema community.... :)

    Gary.
     
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    I'm feeding my HS10 with Sky over composite, and DVD via S-Video from a Toshiba SD2109 which definitely has Macrovision protection on it (no hacks, no chips) and both are absolutely fine.
     

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