Originally Posted by joerod
I almost bought one early spring of this year but it's a tough sell for me at its price. I have a MX160 with 8 HDMI inputs and 4 outs. I can run everything through it and then send the image to my 5000 and then to the bar and or restroom. Maybe if they come out with a mini version with a couple ins and a coup,e outs. The image looks terrific especially with UHD. As for DirecTV the pic above shows how great it looks as well in 4K. The only other DirecTV we watch are football games. Yes I am sure the Lumagen could help with fast moving sports a little but we are still seeing the best football ever in the basement these days. Maybe one day I will try one...
Joe, happened to see this. I don't know if this is sufficient for you, but there actually is a limited I/O version of the Radiance Pro. Check out their 4240 and 4242 series - either two or four inputs and two processed outputs.
Audio Gear: Trinnov Altitude 32 (24 channel), NAD M27 amps (3)
Video: JVC RS600, Seymour 100" UF Screen, Lumagen Radiance Pro 4444 (coming soon)
Speakers: PSB Imagine T3 LCR, Imagine T Wides/Side Surround 1, T2 Side Surrounds, Imagine XB rears, Image B6 screens, PSB CS1000 ceilings (6), HSU ULS-15 Mk 2 subs (4) - 13.4.6
HAA HT1 and HT2 Certification
Last edited by sdrucker; 11-16-2016 at 12:10 PM.