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I was just thinking the same thing as speedking. When going through a merger or corporate shake-up, one generally is very busy indeed. It does look like the Duo line will continue to be well-supported, and it certainly hits the price-to-performance sweet spot IMO.
I agree that compared to the RadianceMini-3D, the price is a definite winner with the Duo. I wonder if the RadianceMini-3D's CMS and grayscale controls are that much better than the Duo's?
Edit: I have since read several reviews and it appears that the radiance is a clear winner in calibration controls. The parametric grayscale adjustments, also mentioned by David earlier in this thread, give an enormous amount of flexibility to the calibrator in balancing the system to the environment an individual tastes. Now the question is are the RadianceMini-3D's advantages worth the additional $700 in cost...
Last edited by bama29; 02-24-2011 at 11:43 AM.
I just got the iscan duo and when I conect a cable from my URC master control unit to the dvdo IR input I can no longer use the DVDO remote? Does conecting the IR cable disable the front IR?
There is an "Output" aspect ratio setting for the Duo that define's aspect ratio of the display being used. However, I'm a bit confused by the Duo's input aspect settings. What exactly is the relationship between the "Picture" aspect ratio and "Active" aspect ratio? How do these interact and affect the displayed image?
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