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Anchor Bay's DVDO iScan VP50Pro announced

Steven Kim

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. It's the first scaler in the world to get THX certification and be HDMI 1.3 compliant. It's also the first DVDO product to have all of their VRS (Video Reference Series) technologies in one tidy box. VRS is an umbrella over a slew stuff that goes into making a high quality, up to 1080p image out of whatever video signal is fed into the unit. You know; things like deinterlacing, scaling, framerate conversion, chroma upsampling, lip sync, detail and edge enhancement, and noise reduction. Inputs include two composite, two S-Video, three component, and four HDMI. Turn that sow's ear into a silk purse for $3149.

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