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Hello,


I am posting this question in this forum as I think I'll get better information on deinterlacing here since many of our experts, like Stacey Spears, frequent here.


The question is in regards to the deinterlacer on the Pioneer Elite 530 RPTV. The new Elite has the Pure Cinema III deinterlacer, which has three modes, "Off", "Standard", and "Advanced". I have read a review on the Secrets website of the Pure Cinema I deinterlacer from the Elite 510. They stated that the "standard" mode was bad and that "advanced" was much better.


My question is what goes one gain by going from the "standard" setting to the "advanced" one? And would anyone know what effect using "advanced" mode would have on an analog source such as laserdisc? Thanks to all for your input.


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It's more advanced. Sorry, I have no clue but I couldn't resist. Pioneer Elite does have one of the better built-in video processor of all the RPTV.
 
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