December 20, 2006 by Rachel Cericola
Algolith is going to showcase a new family of digital video processors and enhancers at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month.
One product creating buzz: the Mosquito. This A/V enhancer boasts reduced image noise on both digital and HD video signals.
Sometimes big-screen HD images don’t look as good thanks to compressed video signals from TV broadcasters and DVD makers. The larger the screen, the more noticeable the video artifacts. That means no fun!
Enter the Mosquito, which filters and reduces video imperfections without losing detail. The company says that you should see an improvement instantly.
The Mosquito includes a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) that enables it to transmit and process uncompressed digital video signals from an HDMI-compatible source component to an HDMI-compatible display.
- Available now
- Includes Version 2.0 of Algolith’s software core
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