Hi! Sorry for asking something which may seem obvious to most here, but I simply don't know and the manual isn't too elaborate.. I've recently purchased a KISS DP 508 DVD player, it has the following connections: * S-Video * Video * Optical * Coax * Scart * Red/white stereo My intention is to hook it up with my Sony VPL-VW10HT projector, also recently purchased. The projector has the following connections: * S-Video * Video * INPUT A (R/G/B/Hsync/Vsync) * INPUT B (R/G/B/Hsync/Vsync) Both units are capable of progressive scan and I should definately try and use it, from what I read. Questin is... how? I'm new to this, so I don't know how it works. Which of the outgoing connections from the DVD player 'carries' the progressive scan signal? All? S-Video? SCART? In the manual for the projector it indicates I should connect R/G/B (is that the same as RCA?) to INPUT A in order to use the progressive scan. Do i require an S-Video 3 RCA cable? Anybody who can help me out, before i go spending money on wrong cables? Thanks!