Lumagen Radiance Pro 4440 has been upgraded to a 4442 by adding two more HDMI inputs.
Still under warranty, like new condition, bought New by me directly from Lumagen. 2U case
2 HDMI 1.4 inputs. 9 GHz
2 HDMI 2.0 inputs. 18 GHz
2 HDMI 1.4 outputs. 9 GHz
2 HDMI 2.0 outputs. 18 GHz
Link for details of the Pro 4440/2
Price $3995 USD, shipped UPS ground to continental USA included
If you have a projector then this is a must have.
Here is what Kris Deering had to say about his Pro 4440. (Technical Editor/Writer Sound and Vision Magazine)
Posted here on AVS 09-22-2017
"Had a chance to finally get in and test the newest HDR intensity mapping today. I am using a JVC RS4500 and while I have thought the HDR Intensity mapping does a good job, I had been getting better results with a custom curve made using the ARVE software spoken about so much in the JVC threads. Just recently I had dialed things in nicely with that tool in combination with the dynamic range slider on the Panasonic UB900 to get the right balance of shadow detail and tone mapping when compared directly to the same HDR images on my C7 OLED. I was seeing considerable differences in shadow detail before.
Today I got the chance to compare the HDR Intensity Mapping to my latest results with the Arve/Panasonic combo and I must say, Jim has won the race. I've given him feedback in other iterations for issues I was seeing but this latest version seems to have resolved them all. The tone mapping looks fantastic on the high end with all the clips I typically look at for issues and the shadow detail on the bottom end is even better than I could achieve with my recent attempts using the other tools. Far more in line with what I see from C7 OLED in this regard. So for now HDR Intensity Mapping is definitely what I'll be using going forward at this point as it seems to deliver the best results I've seen so far! I did find some minor issues that Jim is looking at, but it was test pattern based only. "
Yes my Pro 4440/2 has the update that Kris was talking about plus the latest update for the "minor issues" fix, Kris was talking about.