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I bought a Hitachi 36SDX01S 36" digital TV (4:3) and it has its built in 480i to 480p line-doubler. For the most part it looks great on my CableTV and bad on VHS tapes. Dunno what I am going to do about the VHS thing.


One common thread that is bad for all sources is the appearance of jagged edges on moving diagonal lines. I haven't seen too many progressive TV's in my life, so I wanted to know if this is par for the course. In this case, a normal interlaced TV looks better. Can a better line-doubler fix the jaggie problems? If so, my TV allows for a progressive input via VGA or Component, and I could just buy something to do that.


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Robert
 

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Short answer: yes, I have seen the same effect. The internal doublers I've seen on most tv's are horrible. Take a turn over to the video processor forum, there are alot of choices.


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