Originally Posted by wattheF
Can anyone out there using a Darbee with either a ST/GT/VT-50 comment on the PQ improvements? In particular does it help with the somewhat soft look of certain (lower quality) HD Cable content? and does it do so at the cost of an even more grainy picture than it can sometimes already have?
I have it hooked up to my GT50 and it definitely improves the image " what some say soft looking" the most improvement is on close facial shots you can see every wrinkle and hair incredibly detailed. I never experienced any grainy ness on HD channels on my GT50 unless the movie was filmed that way. But if the movie was filmed grainy it will expose it more. Overall I love my Darbee it does a great job with HD, Bluray and PS3 games. With SD cable channels there isn't much improvement since its crap anyways. The only problem I wish they fixed was the compatibility with ARC. I have all my components HDMI to my Onkyo 1080p up scaling -Hdmi-Darbee-Hdmi to GT50. All good.
Media room- LG 4K OLED EG9600, Pioneer Elite VSX-90, Samsung 4K K8500, Klipsch Gallery G28's, Klipsch Sub 12, Klipsch RS-52 II, Optik HD cable
Living room- Sony 4K 79XBRX900B, Onkyo RC-360,HTPC, Klipsch Reference R-62II, Rc52II,PS4
Gaming room -Panasonic ST60, PS3, Wii