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post #211 of 239 Old 12-28-2008, 01:06 AM
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The following players do also output 480i/576i over HDMI according to their manuals:
JVC XV-N652S
JVC XV-N670B
Kenwood DVF-5400
Kenwood DVF-5500
LG DV390H
Onkyo DV-SP405
Onkyo DV-SP406
Pioneer DV-410V
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The following players do also output 480i/576i over HDMI according to their manuals:
JVC XV-N652S
JVC XV-N670B
Kenwood DVF-5400
Kenwood DVF-5500
LG DV390H
Onkyo DV-SP405
Onkyo DV-SP406
Pioneer DV-410V

Thanks, I updated the first post. Looks like 480i via HDMI may be more common nowadays especially if players share the same video chips.

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Thanks, I updated the first post. Looks like 480i via HDMI may be more common nowadays especially if players share the same video chips.

larry

The manuals for the Kenwood DVF-5400, DVF-5500, Onkyo DV-SP405, DV-SP406 and Pioneer DV-410V are looking pretty similar. I mean it seems all OSD options are the same. Could it be they are all the same player with a different case?

I just realized not even all Full HD sets do accept 480i/576i over HDMI... Looks like all LG and Samsung sets don't support 480i/576i over HDMI. Sharp and Sony seem to do it and Panasonic has no information about HDMI input formats in their manuals.

By the way I found another player which can output 480i/576i over HDMI according to the user manual:
Panasonic DVD-S54
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I've been very impressed with Sony in this area.

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I've been very impressed with Sony in this area.

May I ask why? I thought Sony current generation of DVD players don't offer 576i/480i support over HDMI.
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LG DN898 via HDMI (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i (1080p not tested) clips BTB and WTW.
Philips 59xx via HDMI also clips BTB and WTW.

Note: BTB = blacker than black, WTW = whiter than white.

Anyone know if the Pioneer DV-410V clips BTB/WTW?
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Anyone know if the Pioneer DV-410V clips BTB/WTW?

It clips either blacks or whites. I can't remember anymore. To get no clipping at all you have to apply a custom/hacked firmware.
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It clips either blacks or whites. I can't remember anymore. To get no clipping at all you have to apply a custom/hacked firmware.

Thanks.

I just checked my "new" (bought as refurb from overstock.com) Panasonic DMR-EZ485VK VHS/DVD recorder, and it can output 480i over HDMI from the DVD player. I got it for $190 shipped at overstock. Yeah, yeah, it's got bugs like most set top DVD recorder/DVR's, but it appears well built and the VHS deck appears better quality than most ~$100 VHS decks you can find now. It outputs 480i over HDMI from the ATSC/QAM tuner and even the VHS deck!

I bought it to make it easier to convert old analog cable VHS recordings to DVD for the wife.

I don't know if it clips BTB/WTW. What is the easiest/quickest way to check? Avia? DVE? Just look for missing bars in the gray scale pattern?
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Avia does not contain BTB (not sure about WTW). Use DVE or GetGray (AVS member disc).

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I own three MediaTek MT1389-based players. Their brightness settings range from -20 to +20. Their contrast settings range from -16 to +16. After reading manuals to the Onkyo DV-CP706, the Onkyo DV-SP406 and the Onkyo DV-SP506, I notice their video adjustments include only switchable black level, brightness, and sharpness (no contrast, tint, croma level, or gamma). This makes me think these Onkyos do not use the MediaTek. Can anyone prove me right or wrong?
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With my Panasonic 50X1 being 720P and myself having a collection of standard DVDs coming out of the one for a fin tub would it make any sense to purchase anything other than a entry model? I'm not sure what is available at this time.

The standard DVD may well be dead but, I'm not interested in replacing mine w/blueray.

So, I'd like a DVD that will take advantage of a mail order HDMI cable w/o providing me more than my needs require. I wish to take advantage of what the panny offers through an equal quality entry level DVD.

I've tried some research here however, the volume of material is a tad overwhelming and for the most part geared to the higher end products.

Thanks...
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I would like to say Pioneer Elite 79avi and Pioneer Elite 59avi both are good. I Like to favour a bit more to the Elite79.I think no one can exceed the Elite79's video quality. The Elite79 will play amazing anything you through at it without noise.
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Hi..
Good information regarding 480i players over DVI-D...
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Thanks for your sharing, But I still use Sony DVP-NS975V
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hi there....

I have a Pioneer Dv-400V-K and am going HDMI out into the DVI-D port of a panasonic projector. The pioneer does not support the type of cable connection and will only allow me a 480P output on the projector. The projector, a PT-DW5100U, is capable of supporting 1080P input.....
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Hidef players:

Sony BDP-S1
Pioneer BDP-HD1
Toshiba HD-A2



[I added list here and left the other entries for "historical purposes". The OP or myself can edit the list when needed. Post additions below....larry]

The Insignia NSBRDVD with netflix streaming outputs 480i via HDMI according to the manual. That is interesting with the Netflix stream. I wonder if this would make a decent straight DVD/Netflix player for the base level scalar in my Onkyo 886?
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I have a Toshiba A-2 HD DVD player that I see can output 480i over HDMI. I would like to connect it to my new Denon 2310CI receiver with the Anchor Bay chip to be able to upconvert SD DVDs to 1080p/24Hz.

Has anyone used a combo similar to this? I know it's the same chip as used in the DVDO Edge, but with many functions not activated. Just curious.
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I would like to say Pioneer Elite 79avi and Pioneer Elite 59avi both are good. I Like to favour a bit more to the Elite79.I think no one can exceed the Elite79’s video quality. The Elite79 will play amazing anything you through at it without noise.

Too bad the 79AVi failed most of the Secrets benchmark tests

Was there a firmware fix?

I have 59AVi which scored much better, but won't handshake with my Anthem

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Not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but I am having trouble with my dvd player not keeping up with bit rates... Anyone have a suggestion for the dvd player that can run the highest bit rate on the market?
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Too bad the 79AVi failed most of the Secrets benchmark tests

Um, isn't the point of 480i over HDMI so that you can avoid the player doing any processing? Consequently, you can just ignore anything about cadence detection and deinterlacing performance. Just try to find a player that's responsive, has good playback controls, and bitstreams all audio formats over HDMI.
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Hey, it seems like the Toshiba BDX2150 has an option to configure HDMI for 480i. At least, according to the manual:

http://cdgenp01.csd.toshiba.com/cont...BDX21KU_OM.pdf

Can anyone confirm this about it or other Toshiba players in that series?
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Hey, it seems like the Toshiba BDX2150 has an option to configure HDMI for 480i. At least, according to the manual:

http://cdgenp01.csd.toshiba.com/cont...BDX21KU_OM.pdf

Can anyone confirm this about it or other Toshiba players in that series?

I got a slightly older Toshiba player (BDX1200) that does have a 480i output mode. My video processor confirmed that it was indeed 480i.

At the same time, I ordered a JVC XV-N680B DVD player. I also confirmed that I was able to set its output to 480i. Since this player has been discontinued, I was only able to find one that had a multi-region hack. When I tried a PAL disc, the output was still limited to NTSC resolution - I could not get it to output 525i @ 50 fps, for instance.
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Which is the best DVD player with 480i over HDMI?

Its only purpose going to be DVD transport. I will run 480i over HDMI(preferred 4:2:2) into algolith mosquito hdmi video noise reducer then Crystalio II video processor to de-interlace and upscale to 1080p via its Gennum VXP.

Below is what I am looking for

480i over HDMI (YUV4:2:2)
Pal/NTSC playback ( conversion is NOT needed)
All region playback
CUE free



Pioneer DV-420 and Oppo DV-980 seems to fit above description. I can buy the pioneer brand new still. Do I really need oppo over pioneer?
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Does it have to be a DVD player? Oppo BDP-83 is good and plays everything.

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Algolith doesnt pass 1080p. Thats why it has to be a dvd player.
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983 will not do 480i over hdmi. Only 980 does.
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I can think of a few Pioneer players not mensioned in this thread that output 480i via HDMI. In 2006, North America had the Elite DV-46AV while the rest of the world had the DV-696AV. In 2007, North America had the Elite DV-48AV and Elite DV-58AV while the rest of the world had the DV-600AV and DV-LX50 (as known as the DV-800AV in Japan). In 2008, North America had the Elite DV-49AV while the rest of the world had the DV-610AV. I believe all these players used the MediaTek MT1389EXE, one of the best CPUs for this kind of device. All of these players were capable of 480i and DSD via HDMI--perfect SD transports! I own the Elite DV-58AV and Elite DV-49AV. I'll admit that Blu-ray with its 1080p/24Hz and lossless audio codecs is the best way to watch a movie. However, the features, functionality, speed, responsiveness, wide file compatibility, and load time of these Pioneer DVD players are something that I'll never forget. As I am posting this, I am now considering keeping those DVDs I bought Blu-ray editions of. While I prefer the picture and sound quality of Blu-ray, it's as if the functionality of watching DVD titles in these players is so enjoyable that it's outweighing the quality of Blu-ray.
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