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|Originally posted by santellavision
I order one last night. They opened the 'store' at about 6pm. I'll post a review when I receive it in a couple of days.
I'll be comparing the Bravo D1 using DVI into a Marantz VP12S2. It'll go head-to-head with my Panny RP91 using interlaced component into the state-of-the-art Faroujda processing in the S2. Stay Tuned!
|Originally posted by JasonATL
I ordered one FedEx 2-day. I hope to report back this weekend. I'll be mating it with my InFocus 7200 projector, via the DVI input. I'm hopeful that I'll see a nice improvement (not that it is at all bad right now). For $200, I figure it is worth a shot. If it doesn't live up to its promise, then the 10% restocking fee is the price I pay for the test.
I look forward to hearing others' experiences.
|Originally posted by PooperScooper
I'm not quite sure, but I believe the D1 will only
output 720p and 1080i to a DVI/HDCP compliant connection or
component if the DVD has Macrovision encoding/protection.
I don't think it's going to ship and do "unprotected" 720p and 1080i
|I don't think it's going to ship and do "unprotected" 720p and 1080i
|Analog YPbPr video and digital DVI (Progressive or Interlaced) scalable up to 1920x1080i or 1280 x 720p resolutions**
** Macrovision copy protection on 480i, 576i, and 480p outputs
|I know that either way I will have one D/A conversion.|