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Products at Cedia 2007 featuring Silicon Optix HQV Processing

San Jose, CA–(September 6, 2007)–Silicon Optix’s Realta and Reon-VX HQV technologies will be featured in several exhibits at the CEDIA Expo 2007 trade show in Denver, Colorado, September 6–9. These products will also be showcased at Silicon Optix’s 10,000-square-foot exhibit in the Seawell Ballroom of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, across the street from the Convention Center.

“We are thrilled to host the fourth annual HQV Open House at CEDIA. The range of customers is amazing, and gives show attendees access to some of the best video products and technical demos at the Expo, all under one roof,” said Jordan DuVal, VP of Marketing, Silicon Optix.

B&K: Booth 660
AVR707 150 watt/channel 7.1 A/V Receiver; AVR705 150 watt/channel 7.1 A/V Receiver, and Reference 70 A/V Processor
AVR demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Calibre: Booth 974
Vantage HD external Realta HQV video processor (MSRP $2889): Available now.
Demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Cinetron: Demo at HQV Open House
Projector demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Denon: Booth 123
AVR-5308CI (MSRP $5199), their first Blu-ray Disc player and DVD-3800BDCI (MSRP $1999) will both be available this fall.
AVR demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

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Epson: Booth 935
PowerLite Pro Cinema 800 720p projector and external Realta HQV TX3 video processor (MSRP $6999): Available now.
Projector demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Gateway: Demo only available at HQV Open House
Multifunction Extreme HD Display
Tech demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Mitsubishi: Booth 872
HC6000 1080p projector with Reon-VX HQV processing (MSRP $3995): Available in October.
Projector demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

NEC: Booth 985
Projector demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

NuVision: Booth 1038
NVU65HDN 65-inch 1080p LCD.
Demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Onkyo/Integra: Booth 750
TX-SR875 AVR (MSRP $1699),TX-NR905 AVR (MSRP $2099), DV-HD805 HD DVD player
(MSRP $899), Integra DTC-9.8 (MSRP $1600), Integra DTR-8.8 (MSRP $2400) and OnkyoPro
PR-SC885P (MSRP $1800). All products feature Reon-VX HQV processing. Available now.
AVR demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

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Samsung: Booth 765
BD-P2400 Blu-ray Disc player (MSRP $649, October 2007) and BD-UP5000 dual-format player
(MSRP $1049, Q4 2007).
Demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Syntax-Brillan: Booth 822
665i 65-inch 1080p LCD display, Olevia 7 Series 1080p 47-inch LCD display with built-in Realta
HQV processing.
Demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Toshiba: Booth 536
HD-XA2 HD DVD player with Reon video processor (MSRP $700): Shipping now.
Demo at the HQV Open House: Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

For more information on HQV processing, please go to www.hqv.com.

About Silicon Optix
Silicon Optix is a leader in programmable, high-performance video processing and unique and proprietary geometry-processing IC solutions delivering Hollywood Quality Video (HQV). Silicon Optix ICs can be found in top-tier consumer-electronics products such as high-resolution displays, premium DVD players, ultra-thin RPTVs, and front projectors. Silicon Optix is headquartered in San Jose, California, with offices around the world. For more information, visit www.siliconoptix.com and www.hqv.com.

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