Denon dvd1600: progressive problem

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  1. MarlonT

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    Hoping someone that have experience on this or the expert would help me here.

    I return 2800ii back and took the 1600 home as what I read on most reviews. The difference on two are more, built quality, apperance is favorable on 2800ii. I hook up the optical/component cables, went to adjust set-up and hit play. Sounds are really amazing compare to the other one (my opinion). The pictures are okay but everytiem I switch to progressive signal I get this ghosting image. Manual says that some dvd are like this ??? Am I doing something wrong here?

    Also when I perform the speaker test on the set-up/multi. I only get sounds from the front, but all 7 speakers when watching. Something Im missing here?

    Thanks everyone for your help.
     
  2. Allan Jayne

    Allan Jayne Cinematographer

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    1. Does the ghosting happen on all of your DVD's?
    2. Try a different cable set.
    3. If you are using an A/V receiver, try running the video cables directly to the TV and compare results.
    Video hints:
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  3. MarlonT

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    It happened on all dvds, switch cables and same thing (connected the component cable to tv) finally gave up and took it back to store. Got a new one and it play okay w/o glitches. Progressive signal is now working but sound is bad. It echos alot on center speaker and I have to crank up the volume more to my listening level. I change the optical cable and still same. What the heck is wrong now? I guess I need to go back to the store again. This is my 3rd unit already and all have their own quirk. Is this quality issues on denon.
     

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