When using a progressive DVD player (RP62) and component connection, I checked the "Signal Mode" on the "Picture Menu" and it reads 525I. Does that mean the the projector is getting an interlaced signal?
Burke, I would say yes it does see it as interlaced. When I play PAL DVDs on my Pioneer interlaced player, I get 625I on my AE300 and when I play NTSC DVDs I get 525I. Does your RP62 not have a setting to switch betw interlaced and progressive or even a different set of output jacks (like the Philips that I looked at had)?
That's what I thought. I pulled out the RP62 manual and found something. I had already set the player to Enable progressive output, but there is a button on the front of the player for "PROGRESSIVE OUT button/indicator". I haven't pushed the button, but I bet when I do, I'll see 525P on the AE200.
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