DVDO IScan VP30 1080p Video Processor

Posted: Mar 6 2006, 5:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:17pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
DVDO iScan VP30 1080p Video Processor
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The DVDO iScan VP30 Video Processors answers to all your HD resolution needs.

The DVDO iScan VP30 has 4 HDMI inputs allowing you to connect all your HD sources. All in all the VP30 has 11 video inputs.
The iScan VP30 allows you to precisely match your display’s native resolution to any resolution between 480p and 1080p, including 720p or 1080i. The VP30 provides also pan and zoom capability to position and/or stretch your image on the screen with overscan, underscan, and border controls to eliminate “black-bars” and fill the entire screen.

DVDO’s video processor also functions as an audio switcher and router, featuring four digital audio inputs and one analog that can be assigned to any of the video inputs to allow one button switching of both audio and video together.
The iScan VP30 is currently available for volume shipment to authorized DVDO Resellers and has a MSRP of $1,999.
More details on the DVDO site.

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