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  1. Alan Wild

    opinions on Silicon Images iScanPro/Plusv2

    Really we are getting offtopic for "Audio/Video sources" if we continue to talk about TVs. I don't want to start a cables debate. I personally do feel that cables matter so I would say get the cables first. However, the amount of difference a cable can make is on the whole small so it doesn't...
  2. Alan Wild

    opinions on Silicon Images iScanPro/Plusv2

    [list=1]Get a copy of Avia to callibrate your brightness/contrast/color etc.Follow some of the tips at the spot for doing a manual focus, electrostatic focus, adjusting overscan, etc.[/list=1] The second one technically will void your warranty and some of the tweaks can be a bit...
  3. Alan Wild

    opinions on Silicon Images iScanPro/Plusv2

    I personally would still go with a "Pro" over the Plus. Some of the posts I've read at "The Spot" indicate that their is (albiet minor) performance improvements in the Pro over the Plus. Besides, you might find yourself one day with a Playstation 2, DSS box, or some other kind of set-top box...
  4. Alan Wild

    opinions on Silicon Images iScanPro/Plusv2

    The TV will always display the text "480i" if you are using a composite/F/S-video connector because that's what the input signal is. However, the line doubler is still converting the image to 480p before displaying. Actually, if you look in the menus there is a setting in the set to tell the...
  5. Alan Wild

    opinions on Silicon Images iScanPro/Plusv2

    I think I can contribute to this discusion. I have a Mitsubishi 46807. All Mits sets have a deinterlacer and recent models will do 3:2 pulldown. However, Mits. is generally considered to have one of the worst deinterlacers on the market. Also my set is known to have a chroma delay issue...
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