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Wednesday, April 07, 2004
Sima released GoDVD! Video enhancement tool


Sima released a new video enhancement tool, the CT-2, which can copy DVD to VHS, VHS to DVD and DVD to DVD. Both NTSC and PAL conversions are included for videos recorded or viewed overseas.

Connected between any playback source (VCR, camcorder or DVD player) and a DVD recorder, the GoDVD! enhancer quickly and easily restores and transfers old videos to the superior and long-lasting DVD format. Additionally, owners of pre-recorded DVD movies will have the ability to create a fair use back-up copy of their original DVD.

The GoDVD! digitizes the video signal to reduce sync "noise" and features 4 output settings to improve image quality.

This device can be purchased for $149.95 direct from the Sima site.

Features:
-Easy connection to any DVD recorder
-Stabilizes video signals for crisp copies
-Digital technology reduces noise in video sync
-S-VHS, VHS-C, VHS, 8mm and DVD compatible
-4 output signal enhancement modes- normal, enhanced, darker and black/white
-Supports NTSC and PAL formats
-Makes copies of any video automatically.


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