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DarbeeVision DVP-5000S Visual Presence HDMI Video Processor - Enhances Video, Projector and Digital TV Clarity
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- processing for precision colors, details and brightness at your desired resolution
- Can be applied at any time in the life of the pixel, to any content, and viewed on any display technology
- Each DVP-5000S comes standard with 2 demo modes. Split screen and Swipe
- 120v compatible and includes adapters for worldwide customers
- Will work with TV’s, as long as the content is 1080 or lower when it passes through the device
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Darbee Visual Presence technology, the powerful human-vision-based model for digital image enhancement, remains at the core.
As always you can expect improved perceived depth and realism of images. As before, the processing is super fast, which eliminates the lip-sync issues that are inherent with many video processors. Intra-frame processing means that there is no time delay, and is great for videos and movies, but unlike slower processors, it's also fast enough to enhance video in applications where lag simply isn't acceptable, such as video gaming.
DARBEE Visual Presence technology represents the next step in the evolution of digital imaging. Until now it was impossible for images and video to appear with the level of depth, clarity and realism that this product provides. With adjustable modes and settings, DARBEE Visual PresenceTM is perfect for casual viewers and videophiles alike.
Everyone who owns a TV or Projector can benefit from our technology being implemented into their setup
Anyone looking to upgrade the clarity, depth, and realism of their display
People who care about picture quality in their Movies, Video Games, TV shows, or any other Digital Video
Applications – HDMI Enabled Products
Compatible and Complementary
* Standard Definition
* High Definition
* 4K/UHD Displays
* 2D and 3D
* 2D and 3D Display
* High Dynamic Range
* Local Dimming
DARBEE Visual Presence V 2.0 Processing
Sleek black case
360 degree IR sensor
HDMI 1.4 compliant, works with 3D
3 Viewing Modes: HiDef, Gaming, Full Pop
Included: IR remote with 4 Ivation AAA batteries, 5V power supply with regional adapters, 1.5 m HDMI cable, IR extender cable.
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I've been using the DarbeeVision DVP5000S on a 4K TV for several months now and I can say accurately that the DarbeeVision only improves visual recordings, cable transmissions or broadcast video signals with content that was created in regular HD (1080p) or less...in other words it doesn't improve a program produced in Ultra-HD (4K).
Most importantly, this unit only makes for about a 10% (maybe 13% at most) improvement in detail enhancement and, as mentioned above, only if your sitting relatively close to the screen--meaning sitting within 4 feet (at most) from a 55" screen; 7 feet from a 65" screen; 10 feet from a 75" screen, etc. etc. ...and YES, as some other reviewers have stated, setting the Darbee to maximum over-generates its signal processing and so is very unwatchable set on maximum. Setting the Darbee at somewhere between 50 and 70 is where you'll use this device.
Bottom line, don't bother with the Darbee unless your decision fits all the criteria above.
In addition, regarding 4K, I don't believe there will ever be a 4K Darbee video signal processor that will improve the level of detail in the current TV manufacturer's 4K TV signals, at least not for screen sizes under 100" (maybe not even under 120"). Most people speculate that instead of image detail (focus), which 4K TV's depict extremely well, the future of TV for at least the next several years will be all about the new HDR full color spectrum technology such as HDR10 and DolbyVision, and more specifically which of these distribution formats will the big TV broadcasters and Cable Transmitters settle on as their industry standard.
BTW, many 4K TV's make excellent PC monitors so long as they output 4:4:4 Chroma which many 2017 models do these days (4:4:4 Chroma is required for sharp computer or online text and also for accurate text coloration). In fact these 4K TV's are pulling the rug out from under the big bucks$$$ big screen computer monitor market.
I have an excellent computer with HDMI output directly connected to an excellent 2017 model 1080p LED HDTV. The computer is used to stream live HDTV channels and either 720p or 1080p downloaded movies and TV show episodes, etc. (The computer puts out a resolution of 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz, of course.)
The Darbee default setting out of the box is HiDef 100. The picture was not good at all at 100. (And I just found a video review online where the reviewer said he also could not tolerate 100 and had to turn it down to close to where I did.) I turned down the number to 75 and that helped. But the overall difference between Darbee on and off is very small at the 75 setting, and hard to like when I think about the fact it costs $200. And in fact, often the Darbee turned on was worse in the sense it accentuated flaws in the picture, especially in low light scenes.
Yes, I experimented with all 3 modes, and multiple number settings.
I am sure there are specific uses and set-ups of the Darbee where the difference in picture quality is high. But again, in my case the Darbee failed to impress me, and I cannot recommend this if your set up is like mine: computer to TV.
The Darbee is a great concept, and it is very easy to set up and use. But at $200, the value just isn't there compared with the end result I got.
As for gaming this is probably a MUST. I have not noticed any lag in playing shooter games. But the overall quality increase in the PS4 games is amazing! Try it for yourself!
My only real gripe is that it does not pass through a 120hz signal. This would be a boon for my PSVR setup, but maybe in the next revision they can address this.