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As for what I've heard, the only way to bypass Sharp's internal scaler is to use Input 5 (CPU) on the upgraded units, which permits the use of dot by dot mode in Sharp's native resolution.


So if you're using a NRS scaler, you should use its D15F output to input 5 of Sharp. That will bypass Sharp's internal scaler and display a perfect picture at 720p.


IS THAT WHAT YOU'RE DOING?
 

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You could also use a 5 BNC (NRS end) to VGA end ( for input 5 on 9000)breakout cable. This is how I have my PD-1000 to my 9000 setup and it works wonderfully. Also you could use a straght VGA to VGA connector from the NRS to the 9000. Last option, if you already have a high quality 5 wire run from your NRS to 9000, use a short (about 9 inch piece) 5 wire to VGA adapter. Wireworld makes one at a cost of about $38. So long as you get to input 5, you will bypass the scaler, how you do it is a matter of choice.
 
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