Newbie question re DELL 2100MP projector & artefacting

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by GregByl, Sep 8, 2003.

  1. GregByl

    GregByl Auditioning

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    I just bought a Dell 2100 MP DLP projector and running it off my old (+5 years) Pioneer DVD player I get a significant amount of artefacting in action sequences and high-motion sequences -- a friend suggested maybe a new DVD player would help. any ideas as to what features to look for on a DVD player that might reduce artefacting? or any ideas on how to tweak the projector? thanks.
     
  2. Neil Joseph

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    Hmmm, a progressive scan DVD player may (probably) reduce the amount of "interlace artifacts". I am not familiar with the power of the 2100's "doubling" but a decent progscan dvd player should produce a better result anyway. If you are going to get a new dvd player, you might as well get one that does not exhibit the chroma bug. Do a search on the Audio/Video Sources forum on "chroma bug" for a lot more info.
     

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