|Originally posted by rickforrest|
You could buy a tv that has video OUT , then connect your cable/satellite to the TV, use the TV to change channels, and connect the TV video OUT to the projector. The TV would have to have a closed-caption decoder, but any recent TV is required to have one.
|Originally posted by rogo|
TV Guardian is available at the world's largest retailer for much less than shown above.
|Originally posted by JAB|
True, the latest beta of dscaler does support CC, although apparently not very reliably.
I was more interested in a solutions that did not involve a HTPC.
|Originally posted by JeffDM|
You mean the device that is designed to censor the audio and the CC signal? From their site, at least it looks like the censoring can be disabled. What I can't tell for sure is whether it really generates text from CC data onto the video stream?.