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SiCrane

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Random gripe: I recently got a Toshiba SD-V592 DVD/VCR player. It works great, except there's massive white crush on the HDMI output. Right now I'm using a HDMI to DVI cable to my HDTV to run the signal and I'm wondering if it's a problem with the deinterlacer, the converter cable, the DVI input in the TV or some combination of the above. The HDMI output goes through a different deinterlacer than the component video output, and the component video is fine. AFAIK, everything else should be the same. Of course, I'm not privy to the inner workings of the machine, and for all I know, it could use completely separate lasers, etc. for the HDMI output. I regard this as an unlikely possibility. Not sure how I'm going to go about testing this though.
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