DVDO MM602 iScan HD+ High Resolution HDTV Video Scaling Processor
OVERVIEW - Dvdo mm602 iScan HD+ High Resolution HDTV Video Scaling Processor
The DVDO iScan HD+ is a high resolution video scaling processor and
A/V switcher that sets a new standard for upconverting,
cross-converting and even downconverting all your video sources.
Whether it's your VCR outputting 480i, your DVD player at 480p, or
your Set-top-box at 720p or 1080i, the iScan HD+ will scale the
output to perfectly match the optimum resolution of your display -
720p, 1080i, or any user-defined resolution up to 1080p. It is HDCP
compliant over DVI, and also accepts your legacy 480i/480p analog
sources. The iScan HD+ functions as your complete A/V hub, providing
simultaneous audio/video switching with automatic video upconversion/processing.
What's the Difference Between the iScan HD and iScan HD+ ?
The only difference between the iScan HD and iScan HD+ is in the
operation of the DVI input and output. Otherwise, both models have the
same performance, including inputs, outputs, and features.
The iScan HD+ is HDCP compliant and processes HD
formats (720p, 1080i) as well as SD formats (480p,576p) on its DVI
input. The iScan HD is HDCP agnostic and supports "processing of" SD
formats (480p, 576p) on its DVI input. The iScan HD will pass-through
all HDCP signals regardless of resolution on its DVI input.
iScan HD+ Rear Panel View
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FEATURES - Dvdo Mm602 iScan HD+ HDTV Video Processor:
Motion and source adaptive video deinterlacing for NTSC (3:2 and
2:2 pulldown; video) and PAL/SECAM (2:2 pulldown; video) sources
Precision Video Scaling
technology by Anchor Bay Technologies
Fully HDCP compliant over DVI
Scaling of HD sources over DVI
User defined output video resolution from 480p up to 1080p
Flexible Input and Output Aspect Ratio Control
Display Profiles - For multiple display configurations
High-performance Framerate Conversion
- Intelligent Component video inputs with Automatic Video Format
Advanced Source Transition Management provides seamless
transitions between source types