[quote]Originally posted by dragonbud0
[b]does anyone know what kind of de-interlacer the NextVision 6 used?
compare to the Iscan Pro, AA and Key Digital transcoders, this is a bargain regardless. I will hook this up to a panny ae100, w/o getting a VGA DVD player from oversea. Also, it can be used to connect my Laser Disk player and S-VHS VCR. Love the remote control and the close caption option too, over my HTPC.
August is coming up fast.
I cant speak for other manufacturers, but i can assure you that our transcoder (VGA to component or Component to VGA) work with EVERY (99%) display WITHOUT any signal degredation, picture bending, soft picture, etc... on the market as we have over 12 different dip switches to compensate for different sync signals, and we use 75 ohms from start to finish. Its possible that the unit will work fine with your set up, and thats great for you.
If this scaler is based on Zinwell OEM, than i can tell you that if you spent more than $10,000 on your A/V HT set up, this $200 is waist of your money. We have tested Zinwell scalers (all of them) and we have found 14 bugs in them. I can list them all but than Zinwell will make another unit based on our findings. I can start with 1 bug & (few i mentioned on top), its called de-interlacing chip: the cost of this chip is $3 and yes it scales upto 1080p, but it does not do a good job. I can assure you that you are better off, letting the internal chip of your display do the scaling, MUCH BETTER RESULTS.