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I came 99% percent close to buying an Infocus 340, but I am now strongly considering the NEC 150 instead. Here is my problem/question: Can I use my existing (european) Panasonic 350 DVD player (it has a RGB/Component output) WITHOUT a line doubler? (and I cannot use a HTPC, since my 5.1 decoder is in the Panasonic player)

If not - should I then stick with the Infocus 340? How much is a line doubler anyway?


I am asking in the hope that my DVDplayers component output is somewhat unusual compared to most standard players... Hope this makes sense.

Thx, Mads
 

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Yes you can use the component output of your DVD player into the LT-150 without line-doubling it first (the component output is not a rare feature anymore).


I was VERY pleasantly suprised by how good my Sony 530D looks with its component output going directly to the LT-150.


I can see some artifacts, but the colors are great and the overall picture is very watchable.


I have to borrow someone's progressive scan player first and try it out before I would change anything.


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