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    DVP-NS775V vs. DVP-NS975V?? Dashboard
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    Maxxwire
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      Posted: 2004-11-25 15:32

    Please let us know how the DVP NS775v works out for you once you get it.

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    pattercw

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      Posted: 2004-12-20 13:15

    I have the 775 and the 975 hooked up to my 55xs955.  THe 975 is using a Monster HDMI cable(video.  THe 775 is using a Monster component cable(video5).    I have not seen a big difference in picture quality.  I will continue to test.


       
    Maxxwire
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      Posted: 2004-12-20 13:52

    It could be that te 775 and 975 have some common Video circuitry.

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    pattercw

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      Posted: 2004-12-21 12:14



    After watching two different movies.  I did not see any improvement from the 775 to 975.   The one problem I had with the 775 is it would not play my IMAX dvd.  The 975 had no problems.  So I am keeping the 975.

    975- HDMI (video

    775- Component (video5)


       
    rb

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      Posted: 2004-12-29 21:09

    I have had a chance to test the 975V with a HDMI to DVI cable on my KP57WS500 and I prefer the HDMI/DVI connection over component. There is a slight improvemnt in detail, I can see things that could not with component video connection, things like the details in Nemo's scales and vegatation. Close ups of people faces show blemishes and imperfections. Different types of material in clothing such as those in The Matrix Revolutions is more obvious.

    It's not dramatic but it an improvement. I find it looks best when the 975 is set to 720 x 480P. The up-scaling resolutions adds some artifacting.

    HDMI/DVI is worth in my case as it frees up a component video connection.

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    [ This message was edited by: rb on 2004-12-29 21:43 ]


         
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