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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 115509 28-Mar-2013 07:50
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I am running a Slingbox 350.

I want to feed it a 1080i signal and therefore need to find a Freeview device which does not conform to the reduced output from component.

Can anyone advise of any if the older Freeview devices are outputting 1080i on component?

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  Reply # 789109 29-Mar-2013 09:23
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Freeview approved boxes wont output 1080i on component, I know there are some el cheapos that do, just cant recall which ones




 

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  Reply # 789119 29-Mar-2013 09:48
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As mentioned no Freeview approved devices support this as it isn't allowed. You'll pretty much have to try your luck finding a non approved device that allows this.

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