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post #1 of 9 Old 03-01-2012, 01:03 PM - Thread Starter
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Looking for a high quality video processor to take four video sources and extrapolate them into one screen. 1080p a must. Ease of operation important. The screen will possibly be a Panasonic 103" or a Sharp 80". I've seen very few available through searches, and the ones I have found there is very little feedback on them. Thanks.
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Have you checked Evertz?
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You may want to look over at markertek.com.
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Great sites. Has anyone seen this in action before? Are these solutions reliable? It would be a leap of faith to invest that kind of time and money without seeing it or getting some real hard feedback.
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They are used in tv studios all of the time. One of our local tv stations had a video shoot up, showing a 42" with aprox. 8x4 active feeds on it.
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Has anyone seen this in action before?

Yes, we've replaced all CRT monitor walls with these and cheap LCD's
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Could you guys be little more specificed on which devices you're looking at ? Thanks!
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Eclispe, I'm think about doing the same thing with a Sharp 80" but not quite sure about how the quality will look. I am wondering if they have a 4 hdmi output if it looks just as good as it does with one input picture. I was in a sports bar and they had a least 100' and it look great. Any help from the experts would be great.....
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RGB Spectrum Quadview, or Crestron DVPHD Quad will do the job nicely. The Crestron while retailing for $16K can be had for about $1K on ebay...
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