The 2123 is Lumagen's newest video processor. It is a successor to the Lumagen 2021 video processor. It differs from the 2021 by including
Select the 2123 for optimum image quality within a reasonable budget. It's firmware is user-upgradable, and new firmware is released regularly.
With all of these features, the Radiance 2023 provides state-of-art video image enhancement and processing. However, what makes the Lumagen line of processors truly special is that they include a full set of video calibration controls. These include
So how is the 2123 different from the Duo? They both provide world-class video processing and calibration controls. There are three main differences.
Get the 4K Ultra-HD option
The Lumagen Radiance 2143 is exactly the same as the 2123, except it adds 4K @60 Hz output. With this option installed your processor is future-proofed for what is almost certain to be the 4K revolution, which is likely coming in the next few years. Just like the 2123, the 2143 has two HDMI inputs. The difference is that one of them is 2K and the other is 4K.
The Analog option
If you need analog video (2xComponent, 2xComposite) and audio (3xCoax, 1xTos, 2xStereo) inputs, you can opt for the for Lumagen 2124 or 2144. These are identical to the 2123 and 2143 with the addition of analog video and discreet audio inputs.
The Lumagen video processors provide world-class video processing, test pattern generation, and comprehensive calibration controls, including 125/729/4913-point LUT 3D cube calibration.