Posted Mon May 9, 2016 at 07:30 AM PDT by Steven Cohen
The company's newest digital video processor is now available for purchase.
DarbeeVision has announced the release of its latest standalone digital image enhancer. The DVP-5000S uses patented tech to improve clarity, dimension, and realism in digital images.
"No matter if you're a casual viewer or a hard-core video purist, the DVP-5000S will instantly make movies and images pop and appear lifelike," said Larry Pace, president of DarbeeVision, Inc. "Whether it's standard def, high def, 3D, 4K UHD, or beyond, DVP technology boosts picture quality with such precision that details you never knew were missing are suddenly revealed."
The DVP-5000S is a compact, plug and play image enhancer that works with any high-def HDMI display, TV, or projector. Customers simply need to connect the device between any product's HDMI output and their TV's HDMI input. Once connected, users can select from three different viewing modes: High-Def for high quality sources like Blu-ray discs, Gaming for computer generated images, and Full Pop for low res and low quality content. The DVP-5000S uses DARBEE Visual Presence™ V 2.0 Processing at the pixel level to embed 3D depth cues in real time, offering new detail and enhanced depth without altering color, contrast, sharpening, or resolution. Though the device can not pass native 4K Ultra HD content, it does support HDMI 1.4 with 3D playback. The package includes the DVP-5000S, an IR remote with 2 AAA batteries, a 5V power supply with regional adapters, a 1.5 m HDMI cable, and an IR extender cable.
For impressions on previous DarbeeVision products, check out Josh Zyber's review of the DarbeeVision Darblet.
DarbeeVision's DVP-5000S is now available for a suggested retail price of $249.
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