Denon DVP-602CI Video Processor and HDMI switcher (Silicon Optix Realta HQV chip) in mint condition. Pulled from my ventilated A/V rack w. cooling fans; recent AVR upgrade. Operational condition 10/10; cosmetic condition 10/10, there’s not a mark on it!
The Denon DVP-602CI can significantly improve the video performance of even high-end home theaters.
Here a just a few of Silicon Optix Realta HQV chip image-improving capabilities:
Motion-adaptive deinterlacing: The HQV chip converts interlaced video to progressive-scan for smoother playback, whether the original source was film or video. A multi-directional diagonal filter detects and corrects lines on a per-pixel level to eliminate "jaggies" and stair-stepping artifacts without blurring edges. Detail enhancement: While virtually all TVs and video components offer some type of detail enhancement or sharpening capability, these controls are often unsophisticated, resulting in pictures with noise or "halos" surrounding on-screen objects. HQV's approach is both more conservative and more refined. When applied in conjunction with Realta's digital scaling technology, standard-def video approaches HD quality.
4D noise reduction: Video noise can be part of the original recording, or get added during post-production editing or video compression. HQV's motion-adaptive and noise-adaptive filters work at the pixel level to remove analog and MPEG video noise and artifacts without reducing detail, for a clear, natural-looking picture.
Six 1080p-capable HDMI inputs to accommodate a full suite of high-def sources and two HDMI outputs so you can even feed a second display (i.e. projector), HDTV in another room, etc.
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