Thomson 27lcdb03b Progressive Scan?

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  1. unklmic

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    I bought a Thomson 27lcdb03b, and a pioneer E55 DVD recorder. The screen goes haywire when I select progressive scan on the recorder. I have connected the recorder to the TV using component video connectors.

    Can the Thomson TV handle progressive scan? I cannot find anything to say yes or no.

    Also, I would like to know if anyone who has the Thomson feels the same way about the picture at night time:

    During the day, I think the picture looks fantastic, but at night, when it is dark, and when the tv is showing a dark / night scene, the picture is not really that good. The blacks are not black at all?

    I have tried to turn down the brightness, but it still does not look ideal.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Most lcd's don't yet have fantastic contrast ratios yet, and are usually quoted as 400-500:1. I wouldn't expect great blacks on any of them as my projector is quoted at 800:1 and I find that just about passable for films.

    I'm going to buy an lcd tv anyway but don't expect to use it for films as I'll play those on the pj. I see the lcd tv's as good for everyday, non-critical watching.

    I think you need to check out another LCD tv at night before condemning your thomson.

    Calibration with Avia or similar would probably help.
     

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