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Another CEDIA is in the books, and if you weren't there, just know the story was -- as it has been in many corners of the country -- the economy. Oh sure, projectors that cost only $10k still seemed value priced, but everywhere you looked companies were extending their products a little closer to

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September 15, 2011 at 11:41PM
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This is the kind of support we wish all hardware manufacturers provided -- Anchor Bay will release an update for its video processor and HDMI switch in the third quarter which, among other things, enables said device to pass 3D signals. We know we're not alone when we say that we really wish more c

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If you'll recall, Anchor Bay's heralded DVDO iScan did a fairly decent job at upscaling content to high-def levels. Unfortunately, it put a crater in your wallet about $3,149 deep. Now, however, the outfit is hitting back with an all new alternative that checks in well below four digits; the DVDO E

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Most folks rely on their receiver to do all the juggling required to funnel their video inputs out to a display. But if your receiver has run out of connections, doesn't support all the latest formats you need, or just mangles the video signal, Anchor Bay wants to show you their DVDO iScan VP50Pro.

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The always expensive (but equally coveted) DVDO HD video processor lineup just got even more attractive, as the Anchor Bay iScan VP50 can now take any SD or HD signal all the way to 1080p-24 without a hint of lag or artifacting. The free software update enables v1.04 of its \"Film Technology\" featur

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Yah need more HDMI ports? How about a dedicated video processor and scaler that will do up to 1080p? Yeah? Well lets throw in separate picture control for each input. Cool. DVDO introduced us to just a device way back in the summer of 2005 and the iScan VP30 is now available for purchase. The device

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