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Two New Scalers from Gefen Offer HQV Refinements for Top Notch Video Scaling

When high end video processing is required in the studio or in the field, Gefen offers two new scaling solutions that make video scaling simple. Both solutions offer today’s best method of achieving a true high definition output using standard and high definition sources, and is compatible with set-top boxes, gaming consoles and DVD players to enable true 1080p performance.

The GefenTV Scaler Pro includes a high-end Realta chipset that features HQV (Hollywood Quality Video) options in addition to multiple features for high quality video refinements. These include: HDMI v1.3 10-bit color support, deinterlacing, adaptive noise reduction, detail enhancements, lip sync, film cadence detection and support for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. The scaler performs double duty as a switcher that accepts component, HDMI and DVI inputs and converts each signal to the HDMI v1.3 format before
outputting the video along with digital audio mirrored in TOSlink and S/PDIF formats. Users can switch between sources using the scaler’s IR remote or the RS-232 connection. Once selected, each video signal is scaled up to 1080p full HD before being delivered to any HDMI display or projector.

The Simple TV Scaler also boasts a Realta chipset supporting HQV, but is designed for customers requiring more automated scaling with minimum setup. It supports up to five different video formats, accepting two HDMI, one component (with analog audio), one s-video (with analog audio) and one composite (with analog audio) signal. Each audio/video input is converted to the HDMI format supporting 720p and 1080p resolutions. The scaler features an auto detect function to support alternative resolutions based on native
resolution of the attached display. In addition, a built-in extension capability is included up to 50-feet with 1080p full HD resolutions on the HDMI output.

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