According to Crutchfield, there is no progressive scan. No other similar video processing is mentioned. (Just to be clear, progressive scan only works with HDTVs.)One would have to be insane to pay 900 dollars (1300 for the "enhanced version") for this set-up. The enhanced version still doesn't give you progressive scan. But, you do get "better" speakers, a multibrand remote, the same number of inputs/outputs, and a video-shielded subwoofer.Basically, this is a 2.1 digital receiver (stereo with low effects channel) that applies effects to the stereo signal to make it sound like surround sound. You could do A LOT better with 1300 (or even 800) dollars, especially if you are patient enough to find good deals.From Crutchfield:General Stereo RMS Power (watts) Not Given Front Surround Power (watts x 2) Not Given Center Channel Power (watts) Not Given Rear Surround Power (watts) Not Given FM Sensitivity Not Given Multibrand Remote No THX Certification None Number of Discs 1 Number of Speakers Included 3 Surround Formats Dolby Pro Logic II No Dolby Digital No Dolby Digital EX No THX Surround EX No DTS No DTS ES No DTS Neo:6 No Inputs & Outputs Optical Digital Inputs 1 Optical Digital Output None Coaxial Digital Inputs 3 Coaxial Digital Output None Composite Video Inputs 1 Composite Video Outputs 1 S-Video Inputs 1 S-Video Outputs 1 Component Video Inputs None Component Video Outputs None Progressive Scan Output No Phono Input No Subwoofer RMS Power (watts) Not Given Video-Shielded No marxtacy
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