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NEC XG-FULLHD HDMI 1.3 Input Card with remote
Our price: $330 USD
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Warranty: 1 year all parts and labour.
Upgrade your NEC XG or Runco 991 projector by adding
two HDMI 1.3 inputs with gamma correction and infrared remote control.
Don't be stuck watching DVD, HD-DVD, and Blu-ray at only
480p. Add digital HDCP-compliant HDMI 1.3 inputs allowing you to watch hi-def
content at up to 1080p resolution.
Review Magazine uses Moome HDMI cards in their reference theaters featuring Sony
G90 and Runco 1200 CRT projectors. "We love our 9-inch CRT projectors,
even though we have our pick of the leading edge D-ILA, SXRD, and DLP
projectors." - Gary Reber, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Widescreen Review
The XG-FULLHD card allows you easily add digital devices such as
HD-DVD/Blu-Ray players, PS3, Xbox360, Satellite/Cable HDTV set-top boxes, and
HTPCs with HDMI graphic cards (to name a few) to your NEC XG/Runco 991
projector. Simply plug the card into your projector, your DVI/HDMI
devices into the card, and watch. Installation takes 5 minutes.
This product is a culmination of everything Moome has learnt
over years of building DVI/HDMI input cards for CRT projectors. It is by far the
highest end card he has yet to offer with new features such as: Two 100% HDMI
1.3 compliant inputs for Deep Colour support, better
discrete 12bit D/A converters,
output buffer, and better op-amps for the best image quality possible.
This is the last HDMI input card you will ever buy for your NEC XG CRT
Supply is limited and tends to sell out fast as this high-end
product for the discriminating videophile is only built in small batches.
This is the last HDMI input card you will ever buy for your NEC XG CRT projector.
Need to add
an HDMI switcher or HDMI cables? See our
switchers & cables.
NEC XG-FULLHD owners manual
Two HDMI 1.3 inputs
Supports deep color mode for 10bit and 12bit
HDMI 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, HDCP 1.1, and DVI 1.0 compliant
DTV mode support (480P,576P,720P,1080i,1080p) for 50 and
PC mode support VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA etc.
Supports 4:4:4 RGB / YCbCr input
Supports 4:2:2 YCbCr input
Supports both 16-235 and 0-255 color range and auto selects
the correct range
14bit data processing with three high precision 200MHz 12bit DACs
for conversion to analog RGB
Adjustable gamma boost for perfect shadow details and gamma tracking
Adjustable white level (contrast) boost for output from 0.7V-1.0V for
perfectly matching a display's expected input voltage
High speed 1GHz output Buffer
Supports 120Hz at 720P and 1080i
Toslink output, supporting up to 2 channels of PCM
(uncompressed) or 8 channels of compressed audio (This is a convenience only feature. You do
not need to pass the audio through the XG-FULLHD. Most people will connect
their source devices directly to their receivers with SPDIF or HDMI cables).
IR control for input selection and gamma level
Compatible with NEC XG projector input slot B, C (or Runco
991/991 Ultra which are simply rebadged XG75/110)
2ch analog audio output
(this feature is
useless to most people so it was removed)
What's new in HDMI 1.3?
The HDMI 1.3 specification was released in June 2006 and
includes the following new features:
Bandwidth more than doubled from 165Mhz (4.95 Gbit/s) to
340Mhz (10.2 Gbit/s) to support high resolution, faster refresh, and deep
Extended colour gamut for more natural and realistic
colours: Deep Color with 30-bit, 36-bit, and 48-bit xvYCC, sRGB, or YCbCr
compared to 24-bit sRGB or YCbCr in previous HDMI versions.
Support for lossless digital audio such as Dolby TrueHD and
DTS-HD Master Audio (not relevant on this device).
Automatic audio syncing (lip-syncing) timing compensation
(not relevant on this device).
Works with the
All NEC XG series CRT projectors such as: XG-75,
XG-85, XG-85LC, XG-110, XG-110LC, XG-135, XG-135LC
NEC XG clone projectors such as: Runco DTV-991, DTV-991 Ultra
Installation takes 5 minutes.
"I received my XG-FULLHD HDMI card today and I love it!
The picture is much better than what I was seeing previously. I was using a
Sony BD300 and VP30 video processor and was never very happy with
it. Now I have the VP30 plugged directly into the new HDMI card and the picture
is sensational. Couldn't believe how easy it was to install and setup.
Thanks Moome!!" - Rob
"...very quick install/setup and first impressions are that the XG-FULLHD
card is noticeably sharper than my previous setup..." - Lance
"There is no doubt the XG-FULLHD card creates an image that is better than
the previous DVI card...colors are more natural, test patterns are sharper.
Is the card worth it? That would depend on your budget, and what you expect out
of this product. For myself, I say yes it's worth it...the PQ has taken a
step forward, and just looks 'right'. This card IS a step up in all areas of
image reproduction." - KennyG
"The color rendition of the Moome [XG-FULLHD] card is really quite
impressive. The first thing that hit me when going back to the DVI card was
how much better the HDMI card did to create a vividly lifelike image with more
subtle gradients." - JArseneau
"... it is a true work of art from Moome, amazing in every way possible
... with the new NEC XG HDMI Moome card and my DVDO VP50pro video processor
outputting 4:2:2 YPbPr HDMI I have a image that has improved in nearly every
here for screenshots) ... the crispness of the image has improved a lot as well, the
image is naturally sharper vs the older DVI card which looks slightly edgy
in comparison ... color resolution and naturalness has improved so much it is
unbelievable, I am so thankful to be able to get this card for my XG, it was
worth every penny and more! I just can't get over home much of a
improvement this card really is, the best way to describe it is like someone
took a hold of a knob on your system labelled bandwidth and cranked it out the
roof, the natural crispness and smoothness of the image is amazing, the
contrast ratio aspects of the image may be the biggest improvement of all. I am
now going to be giddy every time I sit down to do reviews and watch films. Thank
You Moome! You are a true master sir!" - Gary
"Thanks Moome for a great product and speedy customer
service! What a damned nice guy!" - Tacky
"The image is very sharp and the colours wonderfully vibrant and
realistic! The black levels are outstanding!! Its certainly given this XG135
a few more good years without missing out on the latest Hi def formats." -
"Finally installed my Moome XG-FULLHD card into my XG135LC .All sources fed
through a VP50 and the results are stunning. Had the projector calibrated by ISF
tech. Worth every cent." - Andrew John
"Installation could not have been more simple which was a relieve to
me. As a matter of fact, I had more trouble running my 20’ HDMI cable through
the attic than I did installing this card. It literally is a matter of removing
two screws and replacing the blank panel with this card. The Moome card looked
physically like it was always in the XG. That is to say, it doesn’t look like a
mod or add on but rather an OEM piece. The first thing I noticed which Gary
Murrell had mentioned in his review was that the loud image sync click from the
XG was gone! I copied my 1080i entry from input A of the projector to a new
entry at input C and aside from some convergence work it worked very smoothly. I
figured that I am about as familiar with the Fifth Element on Blu Ray as any
other title I have so that was the first thing I popped in the Panasonic BD30
player. My split second first impression of the image was that it was
noticeably sharper than my previous setup and I
was pretty sure that I was seeing a vividness of color that was not present
before. Previous user reviews of this card kept coming to mind and I have to
say that I agree with most everything that has been said here. For instance, a
comment regarding less noise in the image really made sense to me as that
was my impression as well. An overall smoothness which cleaned up the image a
good bit without softening fine details in the slightest. I switched back
and forth between my sources (Blu Ray, HD-DVD, HD Cable) and never once did the
card miss a beat or the projector click like it used to when changing sources."
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