Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: Oakville, Ontario Canada
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I did this accident - I'm trying out a video grade CRT (Sony VPH-1001) and I've already got an LCD (Panasonic PT AE500).
I've got bot hooked up - LCD with line doubler and CRT with S-Video.
(The CRT won't accept progressive scanned signals, but the LCD has decent specs).
Anyway, as I was switching between projectors for comaprison, they were both on a a while and it seemed like an idea to try superimposing. Took a bit of doing (mainly with moving the LCD, of course) - but the results, I must say were pretty amazing.
I'm going to play this a bit - I think what may be happening is that the LCD pixel gaps are being "filled in" by the CRT and there is phenomenal sharpness and detail. Tonight I shall be looking closely at what's happening to the colors.
Has anyone tried this? Or can someone give the technicals on this?