RCA F36650 connection question

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  1. ShaunLB

    ShaunLB Stunt Coordinator

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    I recently got a great deal on this 36" non-hidef set and was wondering if anyone has tried using a Progressive Scan DVD player through its RGB inputs. My current DVD player is not progressive scan and only has S-Video out, before I buy a new player I want to know how each of these features (Progessive and RGB) will work with my set. Anyone know?
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    Its an RCA F36650 36" Tube.
     
  4. Bill Will

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    The answer is no. What your set has is "REGULAR" Component Video Inputs. To be able to get a progressive scan picture your tv has to be an HDTV or an EDTV with 480P (P=Progressive Scan) Component Video Inputs.
     

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