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Hi,

I got the Toshiba SD-1700 recently and am quite happy to have a DVD player after being without one for so long.


One major problem http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/frown.gif Macrovision http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/frown.gif


While I have no problem playing a rented DVD on my TV if I use my LCD projector (Infocus LP-720), I have problems. I've used both the superVideo and RCA video inputs and get the problems one associates with macrovision the fading/ crappy picture... http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/mad.gif Without spending hundreds on a image processor does anyone know of a cheap fix.


I can't find any places online that have a chip to disable macrovision on this model, anyone know of someone that does?


Thanks,


Jon


 

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I have an infocus LP-720 and if you have a descent PC i strongly advice you to try that. Feeding the LP-720 with a composit or an s-video signal will show a poor quality picture. I started off that way and now i use the pc for playing DVD´s. The LP-720 lacks composit inputs :( but feed it with a VGA signal and the picture is a whole lot better!!! I mean a LOT better!!


A pentium 400 and winDVD is a way to go.


I bought a 40 feet VGA cable and it works really well.


I wouldnt bother spending time and $ on a macrovision remover device if i could get a pc feeding the PJ.




PJ



BTW macrovision is no problem for me with this solution.
 
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