I have hooked up a DVR and a DVD player to the 674 via svid and component.
When I hook the hdmi into the TV I end up getting my 4:3 stretched to 16:9.
Is there some way to tell it to NOT stretch the 4:3?
I have seen some used Algolith units for sale, but not many.
Is it that there aren't too many folks who have them?
The people that have them like them so much?
PS I just ordered a HDMI flea and am looking...
Originally Posted by JoeSchueller
Be sure to note that D* compresses the heck out of SD. That wonderful D* "digital clarity" looks like garbage on our larger HD sets. Compare OTA SD vs. D* SD and you will see...
I bought a DVDO Iscan HD unit. This allows you to hook all of your components into one unit (with digital audio), and feed all of them to one input on your TV at the TVs default (720p, 1080i, whatever yours is). This allows your TV to...
I guess I am interested in what others are doing as far as hooking components together.
As I look at different components I find it interesting that the many options end up crossing over each other and up giving 10-12 switching I/P,...
I am curious how people are fitting all of their components together as receivers are becoming more capable.
If I have a Video processor (i.e. DVDO) and an AV receiver that can perform switching, the obvious solution is to use the...
I have read lots of threads and looked at the PDF manuals but still have some questions re the Yamaha RX-V2700.
I am using a DVDO Iscan HD unit to switch between analog sources with digital audio while scaling etc to 720P/60 for my...
Originally Posted by Axatax
Both of these devices have a completely different function. The VP30 is a deinterlacer/scaler with no noise reduction capability, the Algoligh units are noise reducers without...
I have read and reread threads, dug through the forums etc. but can't seem to get a grip on the following. Forgive me for the simple question.
I am running a DVDO IScan HD. My primary sources are DVDs and Dishnetwork. The mpeg...