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Well it's not complete, but it's online

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by HT Dude, Mar 1, 2001.

  1. HT Dude

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  2. Jenz

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    And it looks pretty good so far [​IMG]
     
  3. lmccauley

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    Nice site. Will you be doing any comparisons between different de-interlacers (built into projectors, built into DVD players and seperate processors)?

    I would guess that there are people with relatively cheap digital projectors that are wondering whether upgrading to a PS DVD player or buying an iScan Pro would improve their image much.

    Cheers,
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    The positive comments are most welcome! [​IMG]

    The site is intended as an information resource to help unravel the meaning to all the video processing terms and marketing hyperbole and to hopefully enable the reader to make a more informed choice as to which products are worthy of their attention and which may will be best avoided. We do not have the time or resources to conduct product reviews or comparison 'shoot outs' but we do hope to provide the news items and links to those sites and publications that will.

    It is not our intention to promote manufacturers or their products and although there may be advertising on the site or manufacturers own product or technical profiles they will be clearly marked as such.

    We will produce a section containing profiles on particular technologies, manufacturers and products that are of particular interest, perhaps because of their longevity, uniqueness, prowess, ubiquity, etc.

    We do hope the site will help all readers to gain insight into the type of home cinema and video products they are interested in and be able to perhaps make an informed choice when considering a purchase.

    As for your final point, and this is my personal opinion, any product incorporating the latest Sil(DVDO)503 de-interlacer chip is well worth a look. And from my experience of many small sub £6K DLP/LCD projectors, the de-interlacers fitted are not of a high calibre but I believe that situation could change quite rapidly from now with the advent of cheaper high quality de-interlacer/scaler chip sets.



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  5. Nic Rhodes

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    Great site. Thank you for your efforts. Keep it up, it is appreciated.
     
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    Yes,
    A scaler with the Sil 503 would be great.Am tempted by the Vigatec, but a bit pricey. Word is that Focus will be bringing out a new scaler this year, hopefully with this chip. Might be worth waiting for.

    Cheers.
     
  7. Nic Rhodes

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    Do you have any more information on this?

     

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