I have a Pioneer DV-07 300-disc DVD changer which I'd be willing to let one of you EE wizards try and upgrade, if someone can confirm it is a viable candidate...
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6/25/01 at 5:50pm
|Originally posted by Mark Knight:
Heck with Health Nut and his 6000!! How about a real HDTV Sat. receiver, the DTC100?!? I can have a digital picture of its guts to you in minutes!
|Originally posted by Robert Cobler:
Re Hi-def: We are only addressing SD at this point. The main reason is SD is what needs the processing the most (e.g., DVD). Chips for HD serializing are not available yet.
|Originally posted by dahester:
I agree with Mr. Cobler on the HD-SDI issue. Let's keep the thread on standard SDI. Besides, if you can afford to schlep around HD-SDI signals in your home theater, you don't need to be messing with DIY mods to save a few bucks.
The DTC-100 strikes again! The SAA7120 encoder is CCIR656-only. This is exactly what we're looking for. It specifically mentions needing SAV and EAV to operate. There are no HSYNC and VSYNC inputs (a tell-tale sign that CCIR601 is employed).
Thanks for the very promising lead. I have a DTC-100 and will look into the viability of doing a mod. I am still waiting on parts.
|2) Anyone know if SDI input cards exist for PC's, say for possible DScaler use?|
|There is a card with SDI, can't find the link but AJA video makes one.|