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I just purchased my first HDTV, the Toshiba 36HF73, and am looking at a Denon DVD player for its Faroudja deinterlacer. My TV displays natively in 1080i and 540p; the DVD outputs in 480i/p. I assume the best combination is 480p from the DVD and 540p on the TV. But my question is - given that the Tosh will have to scale the DVD signal one way or the other (can't display 480p natively), am I losing the benefit of the Faroudja processing? Should I just buy a $100 JVC progressive-scan and save some $$$?


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No you are better off with the Faroudja for doing the de-interlacing. The Toshiba can then just scale the image without de-interlacing, the Toshiba has a poor de-interlacer for video based titles.
 
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