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    Comb Filter Dashboard
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    Last Reply: March 12, 2003, 11:41 am

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    wdsnls

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    Joined: Aug 31, 2002
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    From: Florida, USA

      Posted: 2003-03-12 10:30

    This question has probably been answered before but I cannot find it through the forum search. When am I actually using the TVs comb filter with the following inputs with my KV-27FV300?

    VHF/UHF RF Input - straight cable through VCRs RFs
    Video Input 1 Digital Cable Box using S-Video input
    Video Input 2 (not in use)
    Video Input 3 VCR using composite input
    Video Input 4 DVD using component input



       


    paulaceto

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    From: Rhode Island, USA

      Posted: 2003-03-12 10:48

    The comb filter is used for composite inputs only. The RF input is also a type of composite (it's just the composite signal modulated onto an RF carrier).


         
    wdsnls

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      Posted: 2003-03-12 11:17

    paulceto:

    Thanks for your quick response. So, if I understand you correctly, I am not using the TV's comb filter when viewing through my cable box or DVD. If so, does the cable box and /or DVD have any type of comb filter in them?

    I should have mentioned that the cable box is a S/A 3100.

    [ This message was edited by: wdsnls on 2003-03-12 11:21 ]


       
    paulaceto

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      Posted: 2003-03-12 11:41

    I'm not familiar with the S/A 3100 cable box. If you use an RF or composite output from the cable box, you are using the TV's comb filter. If you connect to the VCR first and use the VCR's tuner before going to the TV over an S-Video cable, you are using the VCR's comb filter. If you connect the VCR to the TV using RF or composite, you are using the TV's comb filter. However, it seems you are using the cable box's S-Video output, so you are using the cable box's comb filter all of the time.
    The DVD player does not accept video as an input so it will never have a comb filter.





    [ This message was edited by: paulaceto on 2003-03-12 11:46 ]


         
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