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SVHS picture quality

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by mattcl, Mar 25, 2001.

  1. mattcl

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    I have a Sanyo PLV30 projector, which is hooked up to my DVD player via the component video input. No problems there - picture is great.

    However, I also have a Pioneer 915 Laserdisc player hooked up through the SVHS input. There is a definite reduction in picture quality, as you would expect from the SVHS input. I don't think my setup is doing justice to the laserdiscs.

    Would it be worth buying a seperate Composite to Component video convertor to sit between my laserdisc and projector, so that I could use the component input for both the laserdisc and the DVD?

    Matt.
     

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