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    Moderated By: claudio
    Agoraquest Forum Index Television Configuration
      
    Component through the RGB scart socket Dashboard
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    Last Reply: February 24, 2004, 8:47 am

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    sTEPnEG

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    Joined: Feb 24, 2004
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      Posted: 2004-02-24 04:15

    Hi,

    I have a KV32-FX65 and was wondering if I bought a Component (Y-U-V) to scart RGB convertor like the following:

    http://www.lektropacks.co.uk/product/technical.asp?dept%5Fid=103&sku=9   

    Would I be able to use progressive scan from my dvd player, games consoles etc...?
    If it works Im assuming that the picture will be much better than plain RGB?

    If the TV can't use the signal like this then I guess it would be a waste of 120 quid so worth checking out b4 I part with the cash.

    Thanks for any help

    S



       


    duncan

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    Joined: Jul 26, 2002
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    From: UK

      Posted: 2004-02-24 06:44

    Sorry but unfortunatly the converter does what it says, it will take your component input and transfer it too RGB.  This will not result in a progress scan image.  Also you TV is not capable of Progressive Scan either.

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    duncan

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    Joined: Jul 26, 2002
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      Posted: 2004-02-24 06:44

    Sorry but unfortunatly the converter does what it says, it will take your component input and transfer it too RGB.  This will not result in a progress scan image.  Also you TV is not capable of Progressive Scan either.

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    Sony: DVP-NS930V, STR-DB2000QS, CDP-XB930, SLV-X9, DCR-PC105E, DSC-T200, PS3 , NWZ-A829K, NWS 205. Other: Hitachi 42 Plasma, Samsung 40" LCD, SkyHD, Wii, Xbox 360 Speakers: KEF 2005.2


         
    sTEPnEG

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    Joined: Feb 24, 2004
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      Posted: 2004-02-24 07:56



    Ok cheers mate, I take it there would be no advantage to using this over the standard RGB input?

    Thanks
    s


       
    duncan

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      Posted: 2004-02-24 08:47

    Nope, if anything it will be worse after the conversion process, to be honest there is not a big performance gap between RGB and Component (non-progressive).  I would treat yourself to a nice quality Scart,  Thor for a budget one, IXOS for a nice quality one or a QED SQART (my personal choice) which you can get for resonable money if you hunt around and I wouldn't spend much more than that.  A good quality cable will make a huge noticable difference if you are using cheap/free ones now.

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    Sony: DVP-NS930V, STR-DB2000QS, CDP-XB930, SLV-X9, DCR-PC105E, DSC-T200, PS3 , NWZ-A829K, NWS 205. Other: Hitachi 42 Plasma, Samsung 40" LCD, SkyHD, Wii, Xbox 360 Speakers: KEF 2005.2


         
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