Originally Posted by Alan Gouger
We all know that the Ruby adds ringing. In this case I benefit from using the DVI port as to my eye if it is softer that leads to a more film look. But that is personal taste. If you prefer HDMI it is good we have this choice.
I use an Anthem D2 which has a Built in Video
Scaler - like the Lumagen - I can output 1080p/48
via DVI or 1080p/60 via HDMI - using a 1080p/24
Pioneer BDP-HD1 source.
I can do a live switch from one to the other.
When I use DVI - I feel like I'm going back to my
OLD CRT's which are now sitting in a JUNK pile
in my cellar. Maybe it looks more film-like - but
since I can switch back and forth in almost real-time
- I have a fresh comparison point.
As an example - I used Fantom of the Opera - Blu-Ray
as a test source.
I used the scene when they are in the Lobby of the
Opera house - which has tremendous detail. I even
FROZE the frame and switched back and forth. The
sharpness of the detail goes away via DVI.