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 Post subject: Re: DVD Recorders with 3D Comb Filters
PostPosted: 15 May 2017, 21:46 
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sega3dmm wrote:
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DVDO VP 50 < Panasonic DMR-ES25 < Panasonic LX-900 built in svideo < Extron YCS < Faroudja DVP-1000


Interesting that you put the LX-900's built-in S-video over the DMR-ES25's comb filter. The latter is loved around here.

I have an LX-600, which is basically the same as the LX-900 without the superior MASH DAC and Noise reduction features. It's currently hooked up via composite to a Toshiba D-RW2SU outputting 480i component to a Samsung HLS series DLP. Would you recommend S-video connected to the TV (or DVD recorder)?


I believe my issue with the Panasonic ES25 has less to do with the comb filter (which is excellent) and more to do with the built in DNR, which you can't disable in that model. Basically when you get motion you get some nasty artifacts and ghosting sometimes, I can't deal with it. I'd rather use a 2d filter with no artifacting. Other Panasonic models allow you to set DNR on and off, but I've never tested those.

I have an LX-600 as well connected to a CRT in my office. The svideo on that is garbage, the way you have it connected now is probably the best way. I always wanted to try a Toshiba since elsewhere in this thread they are reported as being good, but I think with my recent acquisition my quest for a comb filter is over :D
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 Post subject: Re: DVD Recorders with 3D Comb Filters
PostPosted: 16 May 2017, 04:16 
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rbf18270 wrote:
How about the Sony RDR-GX330? Anyone know how the comb filter is on this?

thanks


I just bought one of these, I don't know anything about it, but it was cheap so thought I'd give it a shot.
Hoping it might improve the picture on the sony LCD I'm using.
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 Post subject: Re: DVD Recorders with 3D Comb Filters
PostPosted: 19 May 2017, 16:20 
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gohanx wrote:
I have an LX-600 as well connected to a CRT in my office. The svideo on that is garbage, the way you have it connected now is probably the best way. I always wanted to try a Toshiba since elsewhere in this thread they are reported as being good, but I think with my recent acquisition my quest for a comb filter is over :D


That's what I thought. When I hooked it up to a CRT, I noticed the LX-600's S-video tint/hue response was altered from composite, but S-video was warmer than compositie. It could be due to the CRT's way of displaying composite that gives it a slight blue cast, but otherwise there were no improvements to S-video.

I'm enjoying my LX-600 hooked up through the Toshiba DVD-Recorder on my Samsung DLP set going on 10 years old this year. I recently hooked up an Onkyo TX-SR605 to the setup with a pair of Design Acoustics PS-10s and a KLH sub, and the LD player is hooked up through optical as well as analog audio. That's probably my preferred method of watching LD right now.
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 Post subject: Re: DVD Recorders with 3D Comb Filters
PostPosted: 22 May 2017, 20:02 
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gohanx wrote:
I believe my issue with the Panasonic ES25 has less to do with the comb filter (which is excellent) and more to do with the built in DNR, which you can't disable in that model.
When viewing any of the Line inputs, hit Display on the remote and then it's under the Video tab.


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 Post subject: Re: DVD Recorders with 3D Comb Filters
PostPosted: 23 May 2017, 02:39 
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So I broke down and got a Magewell Pro Capture HDMI PCI card. Ran the S&W test. Holy s**t. The Left is using S-Video. The right using Component. Both out of my RD-XS34

Caputured using AVIsynth. the only thing I did was use one call of LRemoveDust(17,2) on the right.

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 Post subject: Re: DVD Recorders with 3D Comb Filters
PostPosted: 31 May 2017, 22:49 
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msgohan wrote:
gohanx wrote:
I believe my issue with the Panasonic ES25 has less to do with the comb filter (which is excellent) and more to do with the built in DNR, which you can't disable in that model.
When viewing any of the Line inputs, hit Display on the remote and then it's under the Video tab.

Wow, thank you sir! Now I can record LDs without the crappy DNR artifacts.
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 Post subject: Re: DVD Recorders with 3D Comb Filters
PostPosted: 06 Jun 2017, 21:14 
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Whoa! I had no idea! I'll give it a shot.
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 Post subject: Re: DVD Recorders with 3D Comb Filters
PostPosted: 06 Aug 2017, 19:55 
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Shameless plug, but selling a Pioneer DVR-531h here: Pioneer DVR-531H DVD Recorder - $40
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