I can't blame this fiasco on Freescale unless their specs indicated proper support for deinteralcing and standard US video frame rates, which doesn't appear to be the case. This looks like Ceton enigneering blew this big time by giving Freescale the design win. Clearly Ceton engineering knew virtually nothing about consumer video displays. Heaven forbid they have to recall all the Echos they sold and rework them with another chipset from Freescale or another vendor. Ceton could easily not survive a blunder of this proportion. Actually, I think you would have had to work really hard to make a mistake this serious.
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Older 58" Panny Plasma -DVDO DUO, JBL Studio 530
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