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Deuce HD

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by ROne, Oct 18, 2001.

  1. ROne

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    As anybody had any exprience with the DEUCE HD scaler, I know its relatively new but I can't find much on the american sights either.

    benefit of this model is it does 720p component from a variety of sources as well as adaptive de-interlacing. Also does RGB computer resolutions.

    I know the old deuce wasn't received vary well but this looks promising.
     
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    Looks like I'll be getting one of these next week to play with - I'll keep you updated.
     
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    How much are they, and where are you get getting it from?.
    Plus where could i read up on them?.
    Thanks...:)
     
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    They are £1400 + vat list price.

    Although I want to reserve judgement at the moment
    as to how much I will get it for.

    A colleague is bringing one up to demo it which
    is a life saver compared to going out and buying one
    first.

    http://www.commspecial.com/deuce-hd.html

    A new product, so new I could find bugger all about it.#

    It does component in and out + rgb out, as well as the sweet spot
    1280 x 720p HDTV resolution. However it takes PAL and NTSC, 50hz and 60hz, so I need to test it with my tosh.

    I'll keep you posted. He's coming over next wed.
     

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