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which signal on AE300

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by mikeq, Mar 30, 2004.

  1. mikeq

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    Hi all,

    Is there a secret menu where I can tell what signal is being fed to my projector, I'm looking for progressive/interlaced PAL/NTSC

    Mike
     
  2. CrispyXUK

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    it de-interlaces the signal if you send it interlaced anyway
     
  3. mikeq

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    Thanks CrispyXUK, I knew that one.

    Reason for asking is I have my signal fed through component from my KISS DP-500 (which is progressive enabled) and I want to check that it is feeding what I think (hope) it is feeding.

    Cheers
    Mike
     
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    IIRC menu>picture options at the bottom of the screen it indicates what feed its receiving ie interlaced or progressive, it doesn't indicate whether its a NTSC/Pal feed AFAIK but then again the region of the DVD indicates that!
     
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    as the above says go into the picture menu, at the bottom it will have one of the following

    525i = NTSC interlaced
    525p= NTSC progressive

    625i= PAL interlaced
    625p= PAL progressive

    I think I have the numbers correct if not its 500 and something for NTSC and 600 and something for PAL. (can't be bothered to start up the projector to test):D
     
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    Thanks guys.
     

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