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Seiki SU4KC1 U-Vision Up Converting Cable
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Seiki SU4KC1 U-Vision Up Converting Cable

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Product Description

GeneralFeatures0Designed for use with 4K Ultra HDTVsUp-convert Full HD content into high-quality 4K Ultra HDImproves picture quality of HD video contentPerforms real-time detail enhancement, edge.

Product Features

  • Designed for use with 4K Ultra HDTVs
  • Up-convert Full HD content into high-quality 4K Ultra HD
  • Improves picture quality of HD video content
  • Performs real-time detail enhancement, edge restoration and noise reduction
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 80 grams
Product Dimensions 48.3 cm x 22.9 cm x 33 cm

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  1.  Great Cable works only till 30Hz signal 3 February, 2015 On
    A lovely product emanated from a good R&D. However, people need to know a few things about this product. This cable can upscale Full HD 30Hz signals to 4K. Anything above 30Hz, is not upscaled. This is however, claimed by the manufacturer, so no qualms. In fact, the current TV upscalers (like that of Samsung) do a pretty good job with upscaling. So then the question, why do you need this? How can you put it to best use? I took a risk importing this product without knowing how well it could perform.

    1. This cable does pretty much the same job as a TV upscaler, except that, as this upscales the signals before it reaches the TV, hence TV screen reads as 4096x2160p , which proves your TV is atleast 4K. Otherwise, you may not find any difference with the TV upscale or the cable (atleast in my case) apart from the fact that the TV still shows Full HD resolution as input signal is set to full HD on a conventional Blu Ray player.

    2. Remove sharpness of your existing TV for a particular HDMI port. It is specified in the manual anyway. Otherwise, you will observe noise on the TV.

    3. Set your Blu-Ray player to 24fps preferably (Usually most movies are shot at 24 fps except for the high end ones)

    4. The most important point: Ensure your cable is connected to the HDMI port of the TV along with the USB that has been provided. First, switch on the Blu-ray player, only after that your TV, otherwise, the TV keeps going blank and on again, which is annoying. This could be a minor bug which needs to be sorted. Or follow the above steps and it works perfectly fine.

    Clarity is top notch. I was able to read even the number plate of the Ferrari in Golden Eye which was not otherwise so clear.

    I have not seen any TV upscaler or extra hardware which could upscale Full HD signals >30Hz. So I assume its still the technology bottleneck currently. May be some great guy could invent that also.

    I have tested this on my TV which is not a 3D TV. I do not know how it works on 3D 4K TV. Test Blu-Rays used: Skyfall, Mission Impossible 3,4, Golden Eye, Total Recall (2012)

    This is currently the cheapest solution (or I think so) to convert an old Blu Ray player to 4K which I feel is really wonderful.
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