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Mejnour 01-25-2012 05:31 PM

Guiston SVA 3600 video/audio processor (proc amp) images
 
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What to you think about that?

Contours = edge

Should I give a try for 50$ box SVA-3600

The S-video output and input are present.

Use to be expensive device in the 2000.

lordsmurf 01-26-2012 09:44 PM

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Trying to read sideways always gives me a headache. So here's a fixed version:

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Looks good to me. :thumb:

It has less controls than an Elite Video BVP-4 / BVP-4 Plus, but possibly more control than SignVideo units. And neither of those have audio corrections, like this one does. This unit in the photo actually reminds me of various discontinued Edirol equipment from last decade. I never did get my hands on any of those, because they were hard to find, and simply cost too much.

robjv1 01-26-2012 10:27 PM

^^ Yeah, give us your impressions of it after you test it, it looks like a well made unit at least :)

Mejnour 02-01-2012 02:32 PM

Thanks for putting stuff in perspective about size and also difference tbc vs proc amp...etc.

It's funny because in my quest for PAL video filters devices. I found that I can give a try for a like-new huge ampl the SVA 3600 for very cheap (50$), I know that new those device were in the 4 digit (EURO). He have S-video in and out and can treat PAL, NTSC and Secam. Also some ampl for audio.

Cannot be worse that a cheap TBC, I am very tempted to give a try...

Have a nice day.


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