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Video to VGA (PC/HDTV) Scaler ??

post #1 of 4
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As you can see this is my 1st post so HI to all

Before we start i know this is a cheap product and wont perform like these £2000 jobs but all i want is something cheap that will take the blockyness away from certain TV channels and give me an overall sharper picture .

Here is the product

Sorry it wont let me post with a link in the post

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Video to VGA (PC/HDTV) Scaler
High performance video scaler that accepts composite video, S-Video, YCbCr component and RGsB interlaced input and scale up to high resolution
Output is analog RGBHV or YPbPr via HD-15 pin VGA connector
Selectable output refresh rate to 85Hz
Input clock and phase adjustment ensue noise-free output picture
Video inputs are 3D de-interlaced and scaled up to PC or HDTV output resolution
Automatically accommodates worldwide input video systems of NTSC 3.58, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL M, PAL N and SECAM
High performance adaptive digital 4H Comb Filter Y/C separator with adjustable vertical peaking
Motion compensated deinterlacing algorithms to produce artifact-free progressive scan video signal
Built-in adaptive film mode 3:2/2:2 pull-down provides clear and crisp de-interlacing of video originating from 24 fps film, such as DVD movies
Vertical temporal filter (VT) removes jaggy and other de-interlacing artifacts from normal video
OSD menu with adjustable control on colour, sharpness, brightness, contrast and tint (NTSC)
Last memory for all functions

Now you can connect up to three of your home theatre devices to the latest digital connector on your Plasma, LCD or Projector. Inputs include - Composite, S-Video, SCART RGB and Component. The video inputs are then 3D interlaced and then scaled up to PC or HDTV output resolution via a DVI-I connector. Motion compensated deinterlacing algorithm to produce artefact free progressive scan video signal. The unit is compatible with worldwide NTSC, PAL, SECAM signals. Supplied with mini din to scart cable & 5V mains adaptor.

Specifications:
Input Signal Levels: Video:1V p-p 75ohm
Y:1Vp-p 75ohm C:0.3Vp-p 75ohm
Y:1Vp-p 75 ohm
CbCr:0.7Vp-p 75ohm
RGsB:0.7Vp-p 75 ohm (sync: 0.3Vp-p).
Output Format: Analog YPbPr/RGBHV
Output Connector: HD 15 pin female
Output Signal: RGB @ 0.7Vp-p, H&V Sync @ 3Vp-p, @ 1Vp-p, Pb,Pr @ 0.7Vp-p 75ohms
Weight: 240 grams
Dimensions: 146x77x30mm
Power Source: SVCD @ 2A
PC Resolution Vert Rate
VGA 680x480 50,60,72,75,85Hz
SVGA 800x600 50,56,60,72,75,85Hz
XGA 1024x768 50,60,70,75,85Hz
WXGA 1280x768 50,60Hz
SXGA 1280x1024 50,60Hz
HDTV Resolutions Vert Rate
480p 720x480 60Hz
576p 720x576 60Hz
720p 1280x726 60Hz
1080i 1920x1080 60Hz
SXGA 1280x1024 50,60Hz


I have all my AV equipment going through a sony A/V receiver and going to my infocus projecter(supports 1080i) through composite.

Once again all i want is for the picture to be less blocky(only happens on certain channels) and more clear and sharpr picture all round.

So will this do the trick

I am complete newb when it comes to these scaler's and stuff

Thanks to all who reply
post #2 of 4
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Come on somebody must be able to answer my question
post #3 of 4
What is the name and model of this item?
post #4 of 4
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Originally Posted by louthewiz View Post

What is the name and model of this item?

It does not say all the infoo on the site i quoted in my original post
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