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Hello,


I have just joined the projector club just recently. And I am really happy with what I have got, which is a DLP projector. I have heard that image quality can be improved through the use of ?video scalers? or ?up converters?.


Now I am a bit confused in relation to what type of video scaler would be best suited to my system.


The following are input types for my projector:


1 composite video (BNC)

S-video input (2 BNC connectors)

VGA or up to 800 x 600 S-VGA input (15-Pin connector)

RGB video (5 BNC connectors RGBHV)

RGB video up to 17 kHz interlaced and 38 kHz non-interlaced


What would therefore be the best solution to take total advantage of my projectors capabilities?


I have seen some video scalers that can output at 800x600 and produce non-interlaced image processing.


I was wondering whether RGBHV is the same as VGA 800x600 outputing but using a VGA to RGBHV cable?


If not then could anyone suggest an affordable video scaler, under $1000US (no more than 2000$ Australian)?


Thanks

AEther
 

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I believe there is another thread with a similar question (scaler for $1000 or less). Also a search might be fruitful.


As far as I know rgbvh is the same quality as VGA (15pin dsub).
 
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