Free In-home ISF Calibration with Lumagen Video Processor Purchase

Posted on 7th October, 2020

Free In-home ISF Calibration with Lumagen Video Processor Purchase

The combination of a Lumagen video processor and professional ISF calibration of a screen or projector delivers stunning visual performance. That's why right now is the best time to buy a Lumagen with the current Australian promotion.

There is much talk around the world about Video Processors and new solutions coming to market all the time. But Lumagen is the solution that not only has stood the test of time but according to many enthusiasts, is the best video processor on the market today.

Lumagen is continuously developing and evolving its products, and a free software revision this week sees further refinement of the scaling algorithm, and the long-awaiting 'sharpness control'.

Jim Petersen, the Lumagen CEO, told StereoNET:

I am very pleased that what I came up with for sharpness is working so well. Normally I do not like sharpness filters, but I like ours. When used with a “lite touch” it can restore some fine detail lost in compression and does help improve the image.

StereoNET recently reviewed the Lumagen Radiance Pro, awarding it an Applause Award, and concluding:

Lumagen's claim of producing studio-grade reference images is no stretch of the imagination. Indeed, it produced some of the finest images I've seen in my time as a calibrator, not to mention the best looking HDR images I've witnessed from any projector regardless of price point.

The addition of a Lumagen video processor to any video system is of course only as good as its calibration. That's why Australian distributor Cogworks is offering a promotion for a limited time. When you purchase a selected Lumagen product from one of the nominated dealers below, it will include a complimentary in-home calibration service provided by a Professionally trained, ISF certified calibrator. You simply work out a mutually convenient appointment time through the dealer.

Participating dealers include - Len Wallis Audio (NSW), McCormick Concepts (NSW), Mr. Home Theatre (VIC), HeyNow Hi-Fi (VIC), The Digital Picture (QLD), Vision Living (SA), VAF Research (SA), Rogue Cinemas (WA), Miranda Hi-Fi (ACT).

The Lumagen models vary depending on the number of inputs and outputs required and start at $9,999 RRP for the Radiance Pro 4242+ (4 inputs, 2 outputs) up to $13,999 RRP for the Radiance Pro 4446+ (8 inputs, 4 outputs).

Visit Lumagen or Contact a Participating Dealer

Lumagen Owner's Discussion Thread

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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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