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CES 2008

Runco VX-22i 1080p projector with integrated controller

Posted in CES 2008,DLP,Planar,Projectors by Darrin Olson on January 10th, 2008

Runco Video Xtreme VX-22i 1080p projector with option CineWide technologyRunco has a new addition to their lineup of Xtreme DLP projectors with the VX-22i which they are introducing at the Consumer Electronics Show this year in Las Vegas. The VX-22i is based on their popular VX-22d model but this time they’ve integrated the DHD controller into the same chasis as the projector making a one piece high-def projector to provide a theater-like experience of your own.

All of the Xtreme projectors from Runco, the VX-22i included, run a three-chip DLP implementation with a chip dedicated to each color of red, green and blue for better color with high calibration standards and THX Display certification. This model also can be optionally equipped with what Runco calls the “CineWide” and “CineWide with AutoScope”. This add-on brings another $15k to the price of the projector but gives more of a real movie theater-like display. It can show 2.35:1 CinemaScope movies and gets rid of that unattractive black bar above and below the picture that you often get when trying to view widescreen pictures, even with switching between CinemaScope wide and 16:9.

Red hot light maker

Posted in DLP,Projectors by Chetz on September 11th, 2007

SIM2 C3X 1080 Grand Cinema DLP projectorWhile digital light projectors drop in price and rise in their ability to deliver crisp images, the gulf between the high-end projectors and the average ones still remains a wide one. Consider SIM2’s SIM2 Grand Cinema C3X 1080 which is described by the firm as being the world’s smallest (by 40cm square) and lightest (10 kilos) full high-def three-chip DLP projector. It also may be the world’s best-looking DLP too, but can it answer a question better than Miss South Carolina?

The C3X 1080 gives you 1920 x 1080 progressive video, 10-bit video processing with full depth of picture, HD scaling, deinterlacing so your 24fps is of the utmost clarity when you’re paying attention to it. It does that by having inside of it three 0.95-inch, 1080p DLP chips designed by Texas Instruments, the best that the industry can make for projection displays. Additionally the unit’s software can calibrate itself to precisely deliver the best picture that your set-up can muster. If the C3X 1080 had a red circle light and spoke in a quiet voice we would call it HAL.

InFocus Play Big IN82 gives you 1080p drool power

Posted in DLP,Home Theater,InFocus,Projectors by Nino Marchetti on July 10th, 2007

InFoucs Play Big IN82InFocus has long been known as a high end name in the projection market. While focused mainly on business, it has also unveiled over time some consumer products. The newest announced today looks to be the most interesting yet.

The InFocus Play Big IN82 is what InFocus is billing as the its first 1080p DLP home theater projector. It’s the highest performing, single-chip projector of its type in the company’s history, according to InFocus. There’s plenty of great home theatre technology here to keep video projection movie hounds happy, including Texas Instruments DarkChip 3 technology and a contrast ratio which can be adjusted as desired from 4000:1 to 12000:1. Nice!

Casio XJ-S46 DLP Projector

Posted in Casio,DLP,Projectors by Chetz on April 30th, 2007

Casio XJ-S46 DLP ProjectorIf someone asks you to think of three words that best describe a DLP chances are you may come up with the following: heavy, bulky and pricey. Well, Casio is trying hard to make you forget about the first two with its newest DLP unit, the XJ-S46.

This sleek and stylish device projects 2,500 lumens of light but its marvel is in its size (it’s the thinnest projector currently on the market) and weight (3.7 pounds or 1.7 kilos, whichever way you like your weight calculated.) With those specs you can slip this into your satchel, slap it on your back and pedal back from that morning office presentation and then watch “Casino Royale” that night in your home.

Casio also has another model, the XJ-S36, which outputs 2,000 lumens and of course costs less. Both models offer 1800:1 contrast, XGA resolution and are easy …