The way I understand it now after talking to the Dr. this morning, is that the Darblet processes at 12 bit 4:4:4, regardless of the input and with the new coming software will down convert at its output to whatever the input was if lower than 12 bit 4:4:4. Sooz if you can input at 4:4:4, one should do so to avoid up conversion by the Darblet for processing and then down conversion by the darblet so that the Darblet doesn't change the out from the in. There are other changes made by the new firmware dealing with HDMI and some other things. It looks like Darbee will delay shipments to dealers from the beginning of next week till the end of the week. This is solely to give the software guys a little more time. The hardware is all ready to go.
So, Mark, if one inserts the Darblet between a Radiance and the projector, what is the recommendation? Lumagen says that the Radiance 'likes' 422 best, in and out, that this requires less conversion for it; but the Darbet likes 444. ???