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Chad.Wagner 02-21-2015 03:41 PM

Lumagen
 
When will the next model be out?

I would like to have 4K pass through.

netroamer 04-02-2015 11:25 AM

Look for something late summer to early fall!

netroamer 07-09-2015 06:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by netroamer (Post 688696)
Look for something late summer to early fall!

The Lumagen website now shows a Radiance Pro 4k I/O unit in Beta testing. Late fall/winter looks like a possibility for a production unit.

Masterlu 07-09-2015 06:43 PM

Chad... I already have a few on order. ;)

prepress 10-20-2016 08:05 PM

Hello, I have a question. I'm looking at the Radiance 2144 manual, and haven't found anything saying that 4K is a selectable output resolution. Does the 2144 communicate with the TV and output the resolution it prefers? My current iScan Duo does that, and it looks like the 2144 does as well. Thanks.

prepress 10-07-2017 01:37 PM

Curious as to whether anyone with a 4K TV uses one of these. My iScan Duo is misbehaving, and I may need to consider replacing it with a Radiance 2144 or just go straight into my Kuro. The two BD players will be fine in that case, but the cable box and LD player may take a PQ hit; the LD will based on experience, mainly in the blacks. But if I get a 4K TV, probably Sony's OLED (better processing than the LG I thought, though the LG's color is better), would the Lumagen be redundant? That's something I also consider.

SCAudiophile 10-07-2017 04:59 PM

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Originally Posted by prepress (Post 870617)
Curious as to whether anyone with a 4K TV uses one of these. My iScan Duo is misbehaving, and I may need to consider replacing it with a Radiance 2144 or just go straight into my Kuro. The two BD players will be fine in that case, but the cable box and LD player may take a PQ hit; the LD will based on experience, mainly in the blacks. But if I get a 4K TV, probably Sony's OLED (better processing than the LG I thought, though the LG's color is better), would the Lumagen be redundant? That's something I also consider.

Don't know about 4K as I no longer have my HT but back in the days of insane 7.1 pursuits, my Lumagen scaler was a centerpoint of that system,...nothing better out there at the time for true pro-quality video calibration, upscaling and processing.

Masterlu 10-07-2017 06:59 PM

I am currently using a Radiance Pro 4446 in Cape Cod. Simply Awesome Video performance! Lumagen has also just become our Newest Sponsor on AA. :thumbsup:

https://cdn.rapalloav.co.nz/catalog/...ont_whtl_1.jpg

http://www.curtpalme.com/images/RadiancePro2.jpg

Radiance Pro UltraHD Series

http://www.lumagen.com/testindex.php...ncepro_details

Radiance Pro Brochure

http://www.lumagen.com/docs/Radiance...ure_041416.pdf

MasterLuJr 10-07-2017 07:04 PM

Lumagen is by far the best scaler on the market imo!

prepress 10-09-2017 05:08 PM

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Originally Posted by MasterLuJr (Post 870681)
Lumagen is by far the best scaler on the market imo!

One thing to consider is that with a Lumagen (or Duo for that matter) you get a functional CMS, and I understand the onboard CMS with 4K TVs (LG's anyway) leaves something to be desired; I don't know about the Sony. The 2144 would be sufficient for me, as I would still have need of analog inputs. Plus, it's less money. But I have to decide what I want to do first; given my history, that could take a while.


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