Denon Video Processor

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by zeropoint, Sep 11, 2007.

  1. zeropoint

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    Zeropoint, sounds interesting, can you post a working link? That one's been truncated.
     
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    OK thanks, try it now...
     
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    Looks like it's an HDMI video processor/switcher dubbed the DVP-602CI, with an SRP of ~$2500.

    Apparently, it "..features six inputs, HDMI 1.3a support and can scale to 1080p making use of the Silicon Optix Realta Noise Reduction chipset en route to its two simultanous outputs."
     
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    More from Denon's CEDIA product release announcement-

    "DVP-602CI HDMI Video Processor/Switcher

    The ultimate video-enhancement add-on component. Denon's new Video Scaler uses the powerful and Emmy Award Winning Silicon Optix Realta chipset to ensure superior video performance, with upconversion and scaling to 1080p from all analog and digital sources. The unit's HDMI 1.3a switching capability with Deep Color support ensures the ultimate video performance with display devices, and thanks to it's switching capability between 6 inputs and simultaneous output to 2 monitors, it affords an easy solution for multi-display home entertainment installations. The DVP-602CI will also implement Silicon Optix Realta Noise Reduction Circuitry and perform image correction on HD video signals from Blu-ray Disc players or HD-DVD players, ensuring the highest quality video signal is being passed along to today's high definition displays."

    http://usa.denon.com/Denon_CI_Products_Release_-_Sept_07_-_Final.pdf
     
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    Wow! Only SDI is missing... ok, so does analog.
     
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    Anyone care to share any thoughts/experience with the DVP-602CI?
    Or does the Edge outperform everything else (at its price point)?
     
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    Since the Denon is three times the price of the Edge, I'd say that is a given!

    Denon also looks overpriced when compared to their Receivers with similar video processing built in.
     

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