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HQV (by Teranex) in the next generation Sim2?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by crion, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. crion

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    Hey Sim2,
    What are the chances of seeing the HQV chip based on Teranex technology as deinterlacer, scaler and post processor in the next Sim2 generation of DLP projectors?

    Given your track record I would put my money on the Sim2 implementation with steady updates to achieve stellar picture.

    http://www.siliconoptix.com/
     
  2. AD Roser

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    SIM2 is very aware of the HQV chip and also the latest developments from other video processing & scaling manufacturers.

    Regards

    Alan Roser
    SIM2 UK Ltd
     
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    As of yet HQV is untested in its 1 chip design and if the first reports coming in of the Denon A1xv are to be believed it might be a little over hyped but its too early to tell
     
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    Most silicon is overhyped. Implementation always makes far more difference than what chip is in the machine :)
     

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