Theta DigitalCompli Universal PlayerTheta Digital Compli Universal PlayerUp for Sale - My Theta Compli Universal Player. It has performed flawlessly since I purchased it. I am not the original owner. I also do not have the original packing material. The Compli cam...750.00

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Up for Sale - My Theta Compli Universal Player. It has performed flawlessly since  I purchased it.  I am not the original owner. I also do not have the original packing material.  

The Compli came as close to serving as a universal format source component as A / V technology allowed when it came out. The Compli's combination of sophistication and exceptional versatility provided extraordinarily high quality playback for a multiplicity of listening and viewing formats.

The Compli's unique blend of uncompromised performance, flexibility and advanced technology made it ideal for any high-end home theater or home entertainment application. It had six-channel analog audio outputs, and digital outputs for PCM, DTS and Dolby Digital. It came equipped for RS-232 control, and with composite, S-video, component and 480p video outputs. It let you play nearly any audio, video, and image format of the time: DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, SACD, Audio CD, Video CD, CD-R, CD-RW. The Compli also had limited ability to work with CD-R / RW, DVD-R / RW and mp3 formatted material.

Options for Compli included a Serial Digital Interface (SDI) and Theta's Ultra Sync II 480p output board using Faroudja Labs' Directional Correlational Deinterlacing® (DCDi®) technology. SDI kept the signal in the digital domain, rather than subjecting it to further conversions to analog and back again. This avoided major sources of degradation, which was noticeable in high-definition video systems. SDI's purer digital signal was especially effective in enhancing picture quality on flat-panel plasma screens and from digital video projectors. (SDI, a professional standard, was not distance restrictive like consumer digital video transmission methods.) The Ultra Sync II option eliminated the staircasing or jagged edge artifacts often visible along the diagonal edges in video generated by conventional upconverters. It did so by adjusting each pixel in each moving edge in a scene to align with the movement, instead of crossing it. The result was a smoother, more film-like, more engaging image.

 

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