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Post 1 made on Friday January 25, 2008 at 23:22
elite sound and security
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a customer that i installed a theater sytem for asked me to connect his blose lifestyle to his samsung lcd. the only video outputs are component and s video, i used the component and turned the unit on and started a dvd and there were was a split screen with the same picture on both sides. i thought the disc was faulty and tried another disc and the same thing. im not a fan of over priced blose equipment but i thought i would see if anyone here has had the same problem.
Post 2 made on Sunday January 27, 2008 at 10:14
Daniel Tonks
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This sounds SO familiar. I'm thinking it's something about showing a 480i image on a component input that can only accept 480p... or maybe vice versa.
Post 3 made on Wednesday January 30, 2008 at 03:09
tgrugett
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On January 25, 2008 at 23:22, elite sound and security said...
the only video outputs are component and s video

Which unit?

Are you using the VS1?

The head units have composite and s-video which together can be adapted with a bose supplied part (comes with it) and switched in the menu. I assume that you did this since you said it was connected via component.
Post 4 made on Saturday February 2, 2008 at 12:59
Ernie Bornn-Gilman
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On January 27, 2008 at 10:14, Daniel Tonks said...
This sounds SO familiar. I'm thinking it's something about
showing a 480i image on a component input that can only
accept 480p... or maybe vice versa.

Yeah, that's it, or vice versa; I can't remember or figure out which one it is, but that's it.

I think it's 480p going into a 480i input, because 480p sends out information twice as fast as a 480i wants it, so you get two images left to right. But wait a minute, there's a situation where you get two images top to bottom...but that would be 480 lines going out interlaced and being shown on a display that does 480 lines progressive, so it shows the odds, then the evens, and gives you two images vertically. Yeah, that's it: Daniel has it right. Or vice versa.

The resolution of the signal needs to be changed or it should be plugged into a different input.
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