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post #8401 of 8406 Old Yesterday, 10:31 AM
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After watching the Darbee with many different sources, blu-ray, Apple TV, PS3, PS4 and Comcast, I cannot see a difference from the original source material. Absolutely no difference and very disspointed. Watched all sources in demo mode and paused at certain points to compare.



Try a higher % Darbee enhancement or a larger display. This device is a major advancement over anything seen
for video enhancement since the birth of video manipulation.
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Try a higher % Darbee enhancement or a larger display. This device is a major advancement over anything seen
for video enhancement since the birth of video manipulation.

Returned it....ran the % as high as it would go an a 60VT60. I've come to the conclusion that it's more useful for projectors.
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Returned it....ran the % as high as it would go an a 60VT60. I've come to the conclusion that it's more useful for projectors.
That's odd. It is great for my 110" PJ screen, but I could also see a clear obvious difference on my 55" Sammy. Wonder if you got a lemon!

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I recently purchased a 65" LG 9500 (which is 4K) and it's a great set all the way around, but I've found issues when trying to use the Darbee with it. Picture randomly flashes, audio randomly cuts out and my Oppo 103 will not recognize a 3D TV when trying to play a 3D movie. As soon as I take the Darbee out of the chain all is well. It's really not a big deal cuz I don't think the Darbee adds much to a 4K picture anyway. Anyone else notice this with 4K sets? Just curious.

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Seems very well made


Do you have the same Darblet as the rest of us? My Darblet is the cheapest piece of A/V equipment build quality-wise that I own. By far.
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That's odd. It is great for my 110" PJ screen, but I could also see a clear obvious difference on my 55" Sammy. Wonder if you got a lemon!
I have a 61" Sammy LED DLP and I can't see a difference. I do have a Lumagen ahead of it.
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