My end goal is to connect a Playstation 2 to a monitor that only accepts noninterlaced signals over RGBHV D-Sub (VGA), DVI, and HDMI, without introducing a large amount of latency. The monitor cannot accept component on RCA connector cables.
To that end, i have acquired an Image AnyPlace IA-100 video processor, which does a fine job at scaling and deinterlacing the video and converting it to an acceptable format quickly.
What it doesn't do is alter the color range: my PS2 output displays on the monitor with a high black level and low white level. Of course, it's assuming a range of 16-235 instead of 0-255. So, all i need is something that will scale the color range.
I have seen a series of devices called HDFury
that can do the color scaling, but they're designed to convert video from digital over HDMI to analog over component or vga. If possible i'd like to avoid spending that much money, and i'd also like to avoid converting from analog to digital back to analog.
I would appreciate if you could recommend a device that can scale the color range, and doesn't do other things, or recommend some other kind of option entirely. I can work with VGA, DVI, or HDMI. I cannot work with something that outputs component on RCA cables, because while i could put that before the IA-100, i don't know how well it would deal with values outside of the 16-235 range, so i need to put the color scaling device between the video processor and the monitor.