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WMVHD on Pioneer plasma

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Eagerbeaver, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. Eagerbeaver

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    I wonder if anyone is using a Pioneer TV (434/5 504/5) for watching WMVHD contnet, if so how good is it.
     
  2. jaguar

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    I do.
    Can't get enough of it. Watched those movies over and over again.

    Normally I watch digital cable and with this you do see (all be it few) artifacts, like solarisation and so.
    But when you feed the Pio a real good signal everthing looks perfect.
    So here we are blaming plasmas when we should be blaming the TV input signal.
     
  3. Eagerbeaver

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    So what equipment are you using to play the files. I take it is a HCPC into the HDMI input?
     
  4. rimski

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    Hi

    I have recently upgraded my PC set up to the following

    AMD Athlon 64 3400+
    1.5gb Ram
    Radeon 9600 Series 256MB Graphics Card
    But only a basic Realtek AC'97 Sound Card

    All played through the

    Iiyama Prolite E481s 19" LCD Monitor DVI Connection and
    Logitech Z680 THX speakers digital optical cable

    I have tried the downloads from www.wmvhd.com and have to say that it is absolutely fantastic.
    The picture is sharper than anything I have ever seen and the sound if just mind blowing.
    My point is that now since seeing that quality I have the great pleasure in having to say that the screen is to small so I need some advice .
    Would it be best to get a Projector/Plasma and keep the LCD Screen for computer work or get a 30"/32" LCD Screen to do the lot. :lesson:
    A bit long winded I know but all advice is greatly taken onboard and debated about heavily at work with the Projector and Plasma Boys
    Cheers :lease:
     
  5. daredevill

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    Get a projector you tight arse ! you know it makes sence !
     

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