Tosh 520 and Prog San with component

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  1. petrolhead

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    Hi

    Have a couple of questions.

    Have the Tosh 520e and now got a couple of region 1 DVDs.

    My next step is to go component.

    Will I notice a difference? Why I ask is that when viewing R1 thro Svideo and comparing the same DVD R1 and R2 I find the R2 is much better.

    Which type of component cable? I have the choise of either 3 separate leeds or 1 loom. I would rather go the loom route as it is less bulky.

    You views and thought would be a great help
     
  2. Samir

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    Hi Petrolhead
    When you step up from s-video to pro scan the difference is amazing. DO IT NOW:devil:
    For component cables you can use muti-core or seperate cables they should be 75ohm video co-ax.

    I just can't wait for ATOTC in pal prog scan

    Samir
     
  3. petrolhead

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    That was an enfatic YES!!

    Pal Prog Scan - You hope - which player?
     
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    My Denon 2800 MK 1 runs both NTSC and PAL prog scan and It doesn't suffer from the lip-sync problems that some people had.
    :D

    Samir:)
     
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    Lucky lad :)
     

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