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it does, the getaway has options for 60Hz and Progressive Scan!

Edited by BobRedthorp, 22 April 2004 - 09:12 PM.


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yeah, some of the games do, but not DVDs.

And that might be only for you, I have The Getaway and i dont remember that option being there

BTW, my TVs work with PAL and NTSC format, its sweet :D

I find that TVs made 1993, 1996, and 1998, have the best compatibility (just something i noticed, its weird, it goes for my friends TVs too)

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which is why you only play games that are 480p.

if only the ps2 had progressive scanning capabilities. then i would be a very happy gamer.

It depends on the games. The system is self is able too, you just need the games to enable it.

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yeah, some of the games do, but not DVDs.

And that might be only for you, I have The Getaway and i dont remember that option being there

BTW, my TVs work with PAL and NTSC format, its sweet :unsure:

I find that TVs made 1993, 1996, and 1998, have the best compatibility (just something i noticed, its weird, it goes for my friends TVs too)

Yeah, its the same here for 60Hz, its mainly modern TV's which only support it, which I guess is the point your getting accross with 50Hz on your TV's.

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cool. :lol:




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