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post #31 of 37
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Originally Posted by coldmachine View Post

I've been on the phone to JVC and the stated the CIH is on the cards, It will be pesonally delivered to all owners by Elvis, just after he stops flipping burgers in the Area 51 McDonalds.

Chris Dallas..... Nice to see you attack someone else who questions the fallability of the HD-1. Are all you guys Scientologists or Mooneys? This machine has become a religion and woe betide any blasphemers

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Originally Posted by noah katz View Post

coldmachine has earned a spot on my Ignore list.

I encourage others to do the same so I don't have to be annoyed by his utterances in quoted replies.

Thanks

huh?
post #32 of 37
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Originally Posted by noah katz View Post

coldmachine has earned a spot on my Ignore list.

I encourage others to do the same so I don't have to be annoyed by his utterances in quoted replies.

Thanks

finally, something on which we ALL agree

paul
post #33 of 37
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Originally Posted by tvted View Post

Thanks for clarifying Mike. It was my conflating of Mark's and JimmyR's posts and confusing the issue. Plus this document on the cine4home page has a photo of the backplate which clearly indicates an RS232 port.
Sorry for the misinfo all.
ted

Ted, where is the misinfo ?
I said the LUT (look up table) input behind the plate would not be an RS232 type. Never said the the RS1 does not have an RS232 port which of course it has.
post #34 of 37
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Originally Posted by JimmyR View Post

Ted, where is the misinfo ?
I said the LUT (look up table) input behind the plate would not be an RS232 type. Never said the the RS1 does not have an RS232 port which of course it has.

It was *my* misinfo suggesting that there was *no* RS 232 on it.
What? A smart fella like you doesn't know what "conflating" means?
It was the secret plate thingy.

*I'm* the Bozo on this bus and I'm stickin' with that story.
*You* as usual, are the scent of roses.

Its obvious I shouldn't have started posting again.
ted
post #35 of 37
Yeah, the scent of something alright.
Not having a clue what "conflating" means instantly pushed my guilt and insecurity buttons ..damn now what, I'm wrong about something ...again ?
Please quit speaking Canadiaish, Ted but never stop posting.
post #36 of 37
Hello Chris

Check you PM.

Ben
post #37 of 37
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Originally Posted by kits View Post

If RS1 can't do vertical stretch THIS MIGHT BE THE CHEAPEST SOLUTION to do vertical stretch.

Since the output from this goes to the scaler in RS1, the picture quality will hopefully not be messed up.

Anyone tried such setups?

I called and asked they said it would not do what we need for a lens it will upconvert any source to 1080p and make it fit a display but not remove the black bars and such.

Nate
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