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Wandering by a local store the other day and saw this projector
http://www.mitsubishi-ryoden.com.hk/..._LVP-SA51U.htm


Looks perfect for HT but looking at the specs I had one question that I forgot to ask the guy.


The specs say

NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, SECAM ,PAL-N, PAL-M, PAL-60,D DVD(component), HDTV


inputs but looking at the picture the only inputs I can see are RGB analogue input and S-Video. Looks like it can do 720P and 1080i. Would you use the RGB D-Sub connector for those type of signals?


I like 1000ANSI lumens, builtin line doubler and the fact that it is relatively cheap at $2700


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ACtually I intend to purchase the Skyworth DVD player which has component and progressive video output so I guess if I get this projector I am going to need the cables (should be pretty reasonably price here in HK)
 

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The Mitsubishi SA51 inputs component video throught the 15 pin RGB connector. The cineview line doubler is actually quite capable for a machine of this price.


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