snoots, and froh:
The two of you made my day when you posted that you've purchased an RX-A2000. Finally, someone with an AVR with the Vida video processor.
IDT is claiming that one of the benefits of its Vida video processor is: " Powerful on-the -fly clean-up of streaming video, regardless of source."
I've gotten into the habit of ending the evening by watching YouTube videos from one of my TiVo S-3s if I was watching HDTV via Comcast, or from my LG 390 BD player if I'd been watching a BD. On my 159" screen, YouTube really sucks big time, as you can imagine.
I'm hoping that the Vida will improve the PQ of the YouTube videos, and improve some of the HDTV shows via Comcast, on my huge screen. I believe that the noise reduction feature of the Vida in your RX-A2000 is what IDT calls "HQV StreamClean"......correct???
If either or both of you have access to YouTube, and/or Comcast, please set this feature to Auto, and post your opinions. Thanks in advance.
I'm having second thoughts about purchasing an RX-A3000 when it becomes available.......should we be spending $1K-$3K on an AVR in this economy???
I have the cash, but my ancient Denon 2307 still sounds great.....