Next-generation Analog-to-digital Scaler from Gefen Delivers Format Conversion and Image Refinement Capabilities

The newest scaler to join Gefen’s line-up of system integration solutions offers more than a convenient, cost-effective method of integrating analog and digital components in the home or office.
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Next-generation Analog-to-digital Scaler from Gefen Delivers Format Conversion and Image Refinement Capabilities

Jul 27, 2006 8:00 AM

The newest scaler to join Gefen’s line-up of system integration solutions offers more than a convenient, cost-effective method of integrating analog and digital components in the home or office.

The Gefen VGA-to-DVI scaler enables image refinements through its onscreen display with adjustments for color, brightness, contrast, sharpness, RGB levels, and tint. Video de-interlacing and digital noise reduction are also included.

Scaled HD resolutions up to 1280x1024 for computers and 1080i for HDTV sources are supported.

The VGA-to-DVI scaler ($299) comes with one VGA (HD-15) input and one DVI-I output, designed to connect analog computers, components, and S-Video sources to a digital display or projector.

A DVI-I-to-VGA adaptor is offered for optional output to any display with a VGA input. A 5V power supply and 6ft. VGA cable completes the package.

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