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What type of display would have the MOST pronounced picture quality improvment with DVI over a component connection?


I am assuming that fixed-pixel displays have the greatest PQ increase, but please elaborate.


Also, is the DVI signal more noticeable on larger screens than smaller screens?


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DVI (Digital Video Interface) output offers a pure digital video signal from DVD (such as V Inc.'s Bravo D1) or HD set top to display without any analog conversion. The benefit of this direct digital connection is a picture free from the video noise and artifacts that are the result of D/A conversion. For digital fixed pixel projectors and TVs such as plasma, LCD, DLP, DILA and LCoS, this direct digital signal path allows the Bravo D1 to select a ?1:1 Pixel Mapping? DVI output resolution that can exactly match that of the display?s native resolution. SOUND & VISION magazine?s technical editor, David Ranada, called the resultant DVD/DVI picture quality from the Bravo D1 when displayed on a fixed pixel display ?Reference-quality.?


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Digital PJs $5000 +
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...0&pagenumber=1


DVD Hardware Bravo D1 Compatibility with various displays-
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...68#post2177668


DVD Hardware general discussion on the Bravo D1-
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...hreadid=248975
 
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