3:2 pulldown

ronaldo141ronaldo141 Posts: 41
edited January 2003 in Electronics
I've been reading about his 3:2 pulldown technology recently and was wondering just how much of a difference it makes. I purchased a Panasonic progressive scan dvd player two years ago that seem to work just fine IMO. Now I'm thinking if its worth it to switch to a DVD player equipped with 3:2 pulldown. I haven't had a chance to check it out yet, so I was wondering if anyone could tell me if its worth it. I know what it's for, so you don't have to spend your time telling me what it is, just how well it works. I tend to care more about my movies looking good than my DSS, so it is something I am investigating. Thanks for your help.
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  • ChrisDuranoChrisDurano Posts: 372
    edited January 2003
    3-2 pulldown

    I'm assuming you have a HDTV. Otherwise, none of this really matters. But you should be able to notice the smoothness on fast action sequences with your DVD's.
    Home Speakers polkaudio RTi70's (bi-wired), CSi30, FX3000i, PSW250

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  • ronaldo141ronaldo141 Posts: 41
    edited January 2003
    Yes, I have an HDTV. It is a 47" panasonic widescreen with a line doubler.
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