Do a search for LT100, you will get many hits. People have posted how amazing HDTV looked in their LT100 (I recall pics of Leno on a specific post). There's plenty to read about regarding unit in this forum (AVS).
As someone that had an LT100 for about a year, I'll chime in and say that it supports 1080i and 480p.
It handled 1080i from my E* 6000 perfectly. I was amazed by the quality of the 1080i image, having previously viewed just DVDs on it.
That was before I got a DILA though.
In fact, immediately after hooking up the E* 6000 to the NEC, I remember calling my wife down into the basement just to show her how watching CBS's 'The District' in HD looked liked we were looking at the characters through a window.
IIRC, it had some problems with 720p from the E* 6000, so I just left it on 1080i. Besides the 6000 will automatically convert 720p to 1080i, so that's not really an issue.
I have a up-1100 and a DTC100 and it works great. However, before I got my ISCOII and used the wide mode, I noticed a vertical line in the image that was about 3/4 of the way up the screen (minor tearing). I never see this in full mode with the lens.
here is a post that may be of some interest - factory software that can be used to program custom gamma tables. There is also talk about a firmware update for the UP-1100 that fixes the tearing problem, however I don't think that full compatibility with the LT-100 was ever fully verified.
every once and a while it take a minute or two to sync to a std-def picture, but will kicks in after 20-30 sec.
Did not know there was a problem with the LT-100 and 720p. Anyone using a UP-1100 with 720p? always wanted to test out a 720p signal to see if there would be a noticeable pq difference without the pj having to deinterlace.
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