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post #8101 of 8104 Old 08-17-2014, 10:25 AM
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Yes, offers at least the same benefits as it does to 2D on our 6020ub
Thanks! Just what I wanted to know.

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For those on the fence about the Darblet, I just want to share my experience. I've been using the Darblet with my HD33 since September 2012, and just recently starting have issues with the device (no video was being displayed). I worked with the DarbeeVision team to triage the issue, but unfortunately we couldn't resolve the issue with our troubleshooting. Although my device was well out of warranty, the team had me ship them the unit for replacement. I'm back up and running again and couldn't be happier with the service they provided without any obligation. It's a great little device, and you can be assured the team at DarbeeVision will stand behind their products.
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TThen I watch Rush Hour 2 standard dvd' here it did not help much' This is a 3 pack $10 dvd with all 3 Rush Hour on it. The quality is not great and while the darbee made it cleaner it could only do so much.
Darbee works by enhancing the visibility of detail present in the source. It cannot add detail that wasn't already there. The better and more detailed the source, the more the Darbee can do. A low-quality source like DVD doesn't have a lot of detail to start, so the Darbee has less to work with.

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For those on the fence about the Darblet, I just want to share my experience. I've been using the Darblet with my HD33 since September 2012, and just recently starting have issues with the device (no video was being displayed). I worked with the DarbeeVision team to triage the issue, but unfortunately we couldn't resolve the issue with our troubleshooting. Although my device was well out of warranty, the team had me ship them the unit for replacement. I'm back up and running again and couldn't be happier with the service they provided without any obligation. It's a great little device, and you can be assured the team at DarbeeVision will stand behind their products.

VERY good to hear! I'm on the fence right now and this might help push me off. Thanks for posting.


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