4K HDMI Cinema Edition
Our latest 4K pixel processor for an optimal cinematic experience
If your favorite shows and movies are not yet in true HD or 4K, you can now upgrade your picture quality with mCable. Regardless of your TV capabilities HD or 4K, mCable enhances picture quality of your content one pixel at a time while you are watching it!
The Cinema Edition is a dedicated 4K pixel processor which performs comprehensive treatment on all content, including Movies, Streaming, TV shows, and Sports. mCable processor recreates missing pixels with the highest possible definition overcoming the limitations of a variety of input sources (DVD, Blu-Ray and Set-Top Box).
We are committed to restore the picture quality as originally intended by the content creators. With Technicolor’s 4K Image Certification, you can be confident that mCable will deliver a stunning 4K Hollywood movie experience. We invite you to re-discover streaming and DVD in mCable’s super HD quality. Owners of both Full HD (1080p) and 4K TVs will benefit from this unique product. mCable converts the 480p (DVD), 720p (Broadcast) to Full HD, and Full HD (Blu-ray) to 4K. Cinema Edition takes movies, TV series and sports to a whole new dimension.
In addition to up-converting 480p and 720p content to 1080p resolution, and up-converting 1080p content to near-native 4K resolution, the VTV-1224 processor-powered cable improves overall picture quality via noise reduction, edge restoration (which dramatically improves on-screen text quality), and detail enhancement. Whether it's streaming video directly from your cable box, via a DVR such as TiVo, devices like Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV, or even from your Blu-Ray Disc player, the cable makes everything look better.
Simple Steps to Enhance Your Picture Quality:
1. Power-up the video processor by plugging the mCable's USB connector into an available USB port on your HDTV.
2. Connect the larger mCable Ultra connector labeled "TV" to an available HDMI port on your HDTV.
3. Connect the smaller mCable Ultra connector labeled "Source" to the HDMI port in your source device.
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