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post #421 of 430
I have owned the HD Leeza for years now and have not been pleased at all. I can't tell anymore how many times I have pleaded with them to offer a resolution (native 1365x768) that will work for Fujitsu Plasmas. The DVDO is able to snap to the native resolution, why not Key Digital? It doesn't look like this upgrade did much of anything new..... I'm fairly sure this feature list is from an old upgrade because none of these features are new.

-M
post #422 of 430
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Originally Posted by Morg111
I have owned the HD Leeza for years now and have not been pleased at all.

I can't tell anymore how many times I have pleaded with them to offer a resolution (native 1365x768) that will work for Fujitsu Plasmas. The DVDO is able to snap to the native resolution, why not Key Digital? It doesn't look like this upgrade did much of anything new..... I'm fairly sure this feature list is from an old upgrade because none of these features are new.

-M
I don't mean this in a rude way, but how's come you've kept the product for this long if you've been displeased with it?
post #423 of 430
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Originally Posted by Q of BanditZ
I don't mean this in a rude way, but how's come you've kept the product for this long if you've been displeased with it?

I have been on the pre-order list for the Algolith Dragonfly for well over 6 months.....
post #424 of 430
Quote:
Originally Posted by Morg111
I have owned the HD Leeza for years now and have not been pleased at all. I can't tell anymore how many times I have pleaded with them to offer a resolution (native 1365x768) that will work for Fujitsu Plasmas. The DVDO is able to snap to the native resolution, why not Key Digital? It doesn't look like this upgrade did much of anything new..... I'm fairly sure this feature list is from an old upgrade because none of these features are new.

-M

Just an update and a correction.....If Key Digital is listening..........

1360x768 is the resolution I have been pleading for......(fujitsu plasmas) To be exact.....

H-Shift 144
>H-Size 1360
>H-Front 176
>H-Sync-112
>H-Back 144
>H-Total 1792
>
>V-Shift 8
>V-Size 768
>V-Front 8
>V-Sync 6
>V-Back 13
>V-Total 795
post #425 of 430
Anyone tried the new firmware 019C? What are the changes?
Thanks.
post #426 of 430
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Originally Posted by Madders
Anyone tried the new firmware 019C? What are the changes?
Thanks.
I haven't tried it yet. I put 18c on last week and it works fine for me.

I compared the change documents for 18 & 19 and did not see any thing different, so I could only guess it was a bug fix only. They don't seem to list bug fixes anymore just additions to features.
post #427 of 430
Is their site down?

Has anyone setup the Leeza with a JVC DLA-G20 projector. I need some setup advice.....using RGBHV cable.
post #428 of 430
How does the HD Leeza rate against the Lumagen HDP for HD deinterlacing these days? I know that the HDP has made some big improvements in this area with recent Firmware releases, but wondered if the HD Leeza has kept up?
post #429 of 430
I see color banding on the Lezza with HD input into it at 1080i 60Hz? Anyone else?
post #430 of 430
I also noticed this when I switched to new tivo s3.

works ok at 720p input but I am seeing banding also at 1080i.

I did not notice this with old directv tivo...
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