Originally Posted by nidi
hs the filtration on those new Moome cards been done for every projector seperately , or done for the G90 and used universally on the different input boards?
Sorry, I missed this post.
There are three Moome products that benefit from the improved filtration; the Sony IFB, the Marquee IFB, and the new v2 External Box. There are subtle differences between the Marquee and Sony filtration, but they are mostly the same.
The filtration was tested by Mike Parker on his 9500 Ultra and by me on my G90. We optimized the filtration for the flagship projectors to be as sharp as possible with almost no attenuation for 1080p 60Hz.
I don't see why the filtration wouldn't be great in lower model projectors too, but the filtration does have to pass more noise in trade for passing more signal. So I suppose on lower projectors one could make the argument that more robust filtration could be better, but that would attenuate the signal more. My belief is that as much of the signal frequency should be maintained on ALL projectors for the best image.
The internal Moome's have outboard triple DAC's and oppamps. The design is very solid and first rate high quality design. The external box is actually the best stand alone transcoder I have seen for 1080p because it has good frequency response and also supports 10-bit color. However, the external box does not use triple DAC's and the response is not as good as the internal boards. Like I said, the external Moome is the best option for an external transcoder, but if you have the option between an internal Moome and the external, take the internal IFB... especially if you think you may try 1080p 72Hz down the road