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Component connection does not support progressive scan DVD

Trying to use progressive scan/component connection on my Sharp LC-20B2UB. I have the operation manual but cannot locate my problem. I get a double picture like a TV with no component input. I am useing correctly colored cables connected to same color coded RCA connectors. DVD switch in "progressive" position.

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Mike in Tucson

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  • ranchn Jul 11, 2008

    What are the component inputs for?

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No can do the set cant deal with that signal. turn off prgressive scan on the DVD the signal is still a preaty good one. Only blue ray or HD DVD will get the real HD.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

  • coyotedave Jul 11, 2008

    They are better than the cable connectors and carry digital better. HDMI is the best but not all Players have them.

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