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whats the best connection for 3910 to 50hd

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by lack300, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. lack300

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    Hi i have just purchased a Denon 3910 to connect to my panasonic TH-50PHD6 resolution on panny is 1366*768, i Have DVI input board coming later this week. i also have a component RGB board fitted. how should i connect the DVD player for best results as this is by far more important to me. do i use HDMI-DVI or DVI-DVI or component to comp. also in the setup menu what are the best settings. i currently use a Sony dvpns900 to this unit but is a little grainy it was superb on my 42"pw6 which is now in me Bedroom this was hooked up via comp on both screens. I know the sony does not even have progressive scan but it was an exellent purchase, will i see a Difference with the new Denon or will it be hard to tell.
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    lack300

    I'd suggest you try both Analogue and Digital and see if one is a clear winner for you or not - you'll want to try 480P(60) vs. 720P(60) with your R1 discs and 576P(50) vs. 720P(60) with your R2 disks; its relatively painless to switch between the various modes on the DVD player.

    The TY-42TM6DB DVI card comes complete with a 3m DVI2DVI cable so easy enough to test that out and it sounds like you already have a set of analogue YUV cables.

    Keep in mind the Display loads up different memory banks depending on what signal your inputting so use a test disc and tweak the screen for every signal type 480P(60), 576P(50) and 720P(60).

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    Cheers Joe i will give it a go.
     

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