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  1. EvilEd

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    Hi all ..a bit of a noobie to all this but was wondering if someone could answer a few questions for me ..my setup is

    thomson32f401g tv

    pioneer 575a DVD

    yamaha rxv350 amp

    first of all does the thomson accept progressive scanning ?

    that brings me to me second question ..on the pioneer 575 what uotput is best video rgb interlaced or progressive scan ..i cant seem to get rgb progressive scan ?

    my TV does accept an RGB connection it also works (well i can still see the picture ) on progressive scan ...
     
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    You can only get progressive scan via component not RGB for analogue connections

    I dont know the model of TV you have quoted so cant say if it has a component in or if it accepts prog scan via it.

    Progressive scan is generally better than interlaced but with all these things it depends on your combination of equipment.
     

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