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|Originally posted by tiggerv
I just purchased and AE-100 and was wondering whether the VB50 or Iscan is better for the comblination of interlaced dvd, directv, and playstation 2 use. I will probably view 60% DirecTV, 30% DVD, 10% Playstation.
I have done quite a bit of research here and I understand that the VB50 is a scaler and line doubler and the iscan is just a line doubler. However the iscan probably does a better job than the VB50. Assuming I have that correct, with the varying resolutions of the 3 devices I am going to be feeding the AE-100 would the VB50 be better for me because of its scaling capabilities or would the better line doubling of the iscan make it the preferred option.
Has anybody done a side by side comparison of the two? If the VB50 is just as good I wouldn't mind saving the extra few hundred bucks.
Thanks in advance.
|Originally posted by rlindo
there is no way on God's green earth a person could say the VGA picture kills the component picture like some have said in the past. As I have said, the difference is VERY minor. VERY.