|[February 04, 2014]
DVDO Unveils AVLab TPG™, The First Pocket-Sized HDMI 2.0 Test Pattern Generator Supporting Full 4K Ultra HD At 50/60HZ
SUNNYVALE, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
Inc., an award-winning provider of high-quality video connectivity
solutions, today announced the first pocket-sized Test Pattern Generator
(TPG), the AVLab
TPG™, which allows professional AV installers to generate 4K custom
test patterns to ensure proper set-up and calibration for 4K Ultra HD
displays on-site. The AVLab TPG supports full 4K Ultra HD resolution at
50/60Hz, as outlined in Version
2.0 of the HDMI® Specification, and is designed
specifically for use with Color Management System (CMS) software like Spectracal's
CalMANTM. The calibration process is streamlined by
interfacing directly with CMS software to automatically display 4K test
patterns. The AVLab TPG is available in March for an MSRP of $1,299
through authorized DVDO distributors,
dealers and online
DVDO AVLab TPG TM, HDMI 2.0 4K Test Pattern Generator (Photo: Business Wire)
"The AVLab TPG will be an essential tool for ISF calibrators and
installers when setting up new 4K displays for optimum viewing quality,"
said Joel Silver, president and founder of the Imaging Science
Foundation, Inc. "While 4K displays have incredible resolution, without
proer setup and calibration the viewer cannot enjoy the full
"4K Ultra HD displays are becoming increasingly common; installers and
calibrators clearly need to upgrade their equipment to continue to
provide the same installation and setup services they have perfected at
1080p. AVLab TPG provides lab-quality 4K test patterns in a
pocket-portable, PC powered package allowing installers to match test
pattern quality to the full capability of 4K UHD TVs," said C.H. Chee,
general manager of DVDO, Inc."
Full 4K (50/60Hz) test pattern as outlined in Version 2.0 of the HDMI
85+ built-in patterns (R, G, B, C, M, Y, K, Scale, Sharp (News - Alert), Focus, Bars,
PLUGE, Half, etc.)
Custom ISF black and white PLUGE patterns
Dynamically generated patterns via USB control
Direct USB control via CMS software (i.e., CalMAN)
Field-upgradeable firmware and patterns
HDMI/MHL® pass-through convenience feature
USB powered or with AC adapter
DVDO at International Systems Europe (ISE) 2014 - Amsterdam,
DVDO will be showcasing its home theater video connectivity solutions,
including the new AVLab
TPG and the Air3™
products at ISE
2014 in the Home Cinema Europe booth #1N53 in Amsterdam, February
More information about DVDO's extensive line of home theater video
connectivity solutions can be found at www.dvdo.com.
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About DVDO, Inc.
Inc. delivers award-winning video connectivity solutions for
professional installers and end users. DVDO's video switchers, wireless
adapters and video processors feature advanced technologies to provide
professional-quality video from multiple sources across a wide range of
displays. DVDO, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Silicon
This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning
of federal securities laws and regulations, including, but not limited
to, statements regarding the technology, performance, features and
benefits of the DVDO AVLab TPG™ solution. These forward-looking
statements involve risks and uncertainties, including those described
from time to time in Silicon Image's filings with the Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC (News - Alert)) that could cause the actual results to differ
materially from those anticipated by these forward-looking statements.
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