SENCORE RadianceXE™ Video Processor Wins CEA TechHome Mark of Excellence Video Product of the Year Platinum Award
The SENCORE RadianceXE™ video processor has earned the coveted Video Product of the Year Platinum award from the TechHome division of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - April 1, 2010 - The SENCORE RadianceXE™ video processor has earned the coveted Video Product of the Year Platinum award from the TechHome division of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). The CEA awards recognize outstanding and innovative products in trendsetting custom home electronics. A panel of industry experts selected this year's winners, which were announced March 26, at the 11th annual Electronic House Expo in Orlando, Fla.
Based on advanced digital processing, the RadianceXE is a flexible switching and distribution hub that supports delivery of top -quality, distortion -free picture and sound in advanced audio/video systems. Serving as a video switch, the RadianceXE processes streams from selected video sources, including HDMI sources, and then outputs them in the right format and resolution to ensure outstanding image quality.
"The new RadianceXE produces extraordinary picture quality with any signal source or display, while also supporting the latest multi -channel formats," said Jeff Briden, SENCORE's director of product management and customer satisfaction. "High -end home theater enthusiasts demand peak video performance, and we are gratified that a distinguished panel of industry experts has recognized the RadXE's ability to deliver exactly that along with an array of other customer -pleasing features."
The RadianceXE video processor delivers crystal -clear 1080p images and multichannel Dolby TrueHD, while offering HDMI 1.3 compatibility, including uncompressed audio. The RadianceXE includes dedicated HDMI receivers on each HDMI input for super -fast switching; six HDMI inputs for easy connection and switching between sources including videogame platforms; and proprietary No -Ring™ video scaling, which converts the input resolution to the display's resolution to eliminate artifacts and improve clarity.
New RadianceXE product features include picture -in -picture (PIP), which permits theater viewers to preview video programs and swap the inset picture for the main video with no annoying delay. More enhancements include self -configuring of output resolution and HDMI signal type during installation, eliminating the tedious task of determining the best setting for display and for navigating setup menus. Also, a new just -above -black calibration point in the multipoint three -dimensional grayscale/gamma calibration improves color balance.
More on the SENCORE Radiance line of video processors can be found at www.sencore.com.
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SENCORE is an engineering leader in the development of high -quality signal transmission solutions for the broadcast, cable, satellite, IPTV, telecommunications, and professional audio/video markets. The company's world -class portfolio includes video delivery products, system monitoring and analysis solutions, and test and measurement equipment, all designed to support system interoperability and backed by best -in -class customer support. SENCORE meets the rapidly changing needs of modern media by ensuring the efficient delivery of high -quality video from the source to the home. More information is available at www.SENCORE.com.
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