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Image doubled when using 480p

I tried getting a 480p image from my JVC I'ART AV-27WF36 television, but when the progressive scan signal was sent, the picture was doubled, split half-way down the screen. I'm using component cables in the component input. I figured this TV supported progressive scan since it has component inputs, but now I'm not entirely sure. Does this TV model actually support 480p?

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No it is only 480i with component cable support.

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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