TV does not support prog. scan so......

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  1. Andre M

    Andre M Auditioning

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    My TV doesn't support progressive scan DVD players (TV is JVC D Series purchased in fall 2001). My DVD player has progressive scan.

    Thus when connecting them is using component video cables a waste and should I just stick with S-Video? If so I am screwed since I only have one S-Video input used for Cable box/TV connection and this forces me to go with component cables regardless. Basically I am asking just out of curiousity since I seem to have no choice to get the DVD/TV connection.
     
  2. Jack Briggs

    Jack Briggs Executive Producer

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    No, Andre, use the component-video outputs always (assuming your standard-def TV has them). Simply select the player's interlaced output.
     
  3. ChrisWiggles

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    You should be fine. Just don't get sucked into spending big $$ on wires. Basic radio shack, or AR wires do fine. $30-$50 probably, max.
     

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