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I heard on by reading the posts on this forum about the FLI2300 chip, but what makes it different from the FLI2200 which the popular Panasonic RP82 uses?
 

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It has the same functionality of both the FLI2200 and the FLI2220 (or was that 2210) on a single die.


I think it might also be cheaper to purchase than the 2200 was.


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In terms of picture quality, there's very little difference (only slight improvements).


The major difference is the capability to go beyond 480p with the right co-processor & other components. However, standard DVD players will not benefit from this.


So... DVD players with FLI23XX do not have any significant benefits over FLI22XX equiped players.
 

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The 23xx has the capability for aspect ratio control as well, which JVC and Panasonic RP-91 people love about their players. That to me seems like a pretty major improvement overall.
 

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The biggest difference between the 2200 and 2300 is the 2300's ability to scale to higher resolutions. It is used in the InFocus ScreenPlay 7200 HD2 DLP projector for this (and other) purposes. The 7200 is the first proj. to use the 2300.


In a standard, non-scaling DVD player ithe 2300 is used for deinterlacing to 480p, just like the 2200. I understand the Philips 963 is the first DVD player to use the 2300 for this purpose.
 
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