What dvd players have this feature...?

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  1. ChrisHeflen

    ChrisHeflen Supporting Actor

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    Does anybody know which, if any, dvd players have the ability to switch from progressive to interlaced via the remote?
    You know so you don't have to stop everything and go into the menu and switch it out because I hate gaps in my movies?

    Thanks. IXnay on the lazy comments please!
     
  2. RichardH

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    The LiteOn LVD-2001 that's so popular these days has it. There's a button on the remote labeled "P. Scan" that cycles through all the different modes it can output.

    Unfortunately, this means you can't just keep hitting that button to switch between 480p and 480i. There's like 6 or 7 different settings it goes through.

    Still, it IS from the remote, and that's what you asked for! [​IMG]
     
  3. Micheal

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    The Momitsu does this as well..
    480i/480P/(PAL/NTSC)/720P/1080i ...
     
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    So does the Bravo D1
     
  5. Micheal

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    But you have to hack the D1 to upscale through Component. The Momitsu does it through Component and DVI right out of the box.
    DVI on the Momitsu will also work with a $10.00 VGA adapter (If you want DVI and don't have a DVI input) because it is DVI-I. The Bravo D1 will not because it is DVI-A.
     

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