08.23.2007 09:23 AM
Anchor Bay releases new home theater video processor

Anchor Bay has made available its DVDO iScan VP50 Pro video processor for A/V and home theater systems that use HDMI 1.3 receiver/transmitter chips. As the new flagship video processor in the DVDO iScan family, the VP50 Pro also offers ISF CCC certification and new Video Reference Series (VRS) technology.

New capabilities include mosquito noise reduction, fine detail enhancement and edge enhancement, which improves the quality of compressed and low-resolution content coming from STBs, DVRs, DVD, IPTV and other digital media devices when viewed on high-resolution/HD displays.

The VP50 Pro features 10-bit precision de-interlacing, 10-bit precision video scaling up to 1080p, progressive re-processing, progressive cadence detection and RightRate VRS technology to maximize picture quality.

For more information, visit www.anchorbaytech.com/products/systems/vp50pro.php.



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