Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 4
I saw the Darblet in prototype form about one year and nine months ago at the Cedia Expo in Atlanta. I really liked it then and have been waiting very patiently to get my hands on one. Back then I never suspected it would be so inexpensive. Just shows you good things happen to good people and I am good.
LOL! And we're glad for it, Mark!
Yes, I remember the main unit that was demoed was going to go for over a grand, at that time. It's amazing that it is priced at this level, I think it will sell like hotcakes when people start understanding the difference it makes.
This is a product that really does do even better with a good quality source.
In "plain-speak", because it expands the perceived dynamic range and contrast, a higher quality source, like Bluray, has the extra dynamic info packed into it, so it can be "expanded" without showing ill-effects.
Similarly, the better contrast/color range your display device can show, then the more dramatic a difference you will be able to observe.
But even with lesser displays, the effect should still be great, as it moves the contrast range around for better perception, within the range that any device would already display. Almost no one can lose here.
It's a real secret weapon, I think.
Dying for mine to arrive tomorrow.