What's New: Video Technology

Incorporating progressive product specifications designed exclusively for home integrators, Planar Systems has released four 1080p full-HD 11/01/2007 8:00 AM Eastern

What's New: Video Technology

Nov 1, 2007 12:00 PM, By Laura Dixon and Eric Melin


Incorporating progressive product specifications designed exclusively for home integrators, Planar Systems has released four 1080p full-HD resolution LCD flatpanel home theater displays. The 37in. PD370, the 42in. PD420, the 47in. PD470, and the 52in. PD520 (pictured) deliver dynamic contrast and brightness for clear, crisp pictures. Other features include front and rear IR windows, advanced video processing using Faroudja DCDi, multiple HDMI with HDCP encryption support, PiP and PbP support, and integrated SRS loudspeakers.
▪ Planar Systems |


The new Polycom high-definition videoconferencing system, the HDX 8000, delivers UltimateHD technology to small- and medium-sized conferencing rooms. This rounds out a full line of the HDX platform, including the HDX 4000 series with HD desktop systems for executives, physicians, and small groups and the HDX 9000 series for large meeting rooms, classrooms, and integrated custom-room environments. Polycom's Lost Packet Recovery technology offers consistent quality for calls over the Internet and networks subject to frequent packet loss in videoconferencing.
▪ Polycom |


Two new Reflection-series DLP home projectors offer the Runco CineWide 2.35:1 configuration. The RS-440 offers 720p DLP high-definition video, HDMI connectivity, and horizontal and vertical lens shift with long throw. A separate long-throw model, the RS-440LT, is also available. Runco's new RS-900 projector (pictured) is a single-chip SuperOnyx DLP system offering high-definition 1080p resolution and two lens options. Its connections include two HDMI inputs and RS-232 control.
▪ Runco International |


Theater circuits can deliver completely automated widescreen, pre-show entertainment to audiences with the NEC Digital Cinema ADVASuite NP4001 projector. With a native-WXGA resolution of 1280×768 and a UXGA resolution of 1600×1200, it delivers ultra-bright, clear images on screens that have a 16:9 aspect ratio. The projector features 4500 ANSI lumens, offering quality digital images and the brightest projection of any of the ADVASuite line.
▪ NEC Corporation of America


Hotel guests can access Pro:Idiom HDTV content with the new compact HPX 100 and HPX 200 digital tuners from Aurora Multimedia, a licensed provider of the Pro:Idiom system. The HPX series provides customers with secure, on-demand access to premium Pro:Idiom HDTV content. In addition, the high-tech, pay-per-click engine of the HPX-series tuners is designed for both the technological and revenue expansion of guest services offerings.
▪ Aurora Multimedia


Sony's all-in-one PCS-TL33 video-conferencing system, designed for desktop use or for small meeting spaces, is network-ready and features a built-in digital pan/tilt/zoom camera, loudspeakers, and a microphone in a slim, lightweight body. It has the ability to double as a PC display, conserving desktop space. With an intuitive graphical interface and mouse-operated, one-click dialing, the system is easy to operate with a single-layer GUI and translucent cascading menus.
▪ Sony Electronics |


The WebDT is DT Research's first all-in-one, industrial-grade digital signage system. Its large touchscreen LCD allows it to function as both a digital sign and as a kiosk. Businesses can use one computerized system to display dynamic content, execute self-service applications, run interactive educational programs, or operate a combination of tasks simultaneously. The DS3700 and DS4700 models offer 37in. and 47in. LCD-integrated computing displays, which run the Microsoft Windows XP Embedded operating system with x86 processors.
▪ DT Research |


The new single-chip DLP Vision Model 15 (pictured) and Vision Model 65 projectors from Vidikron broaden the company's line of projectors. Featuring Imagix video processing and the DualV Stage Illumination (DVSI) system, the Vision 15 native 720p projector delivers bright, sharp, high-definition images. It also provides an extended-throw lens and CineWide technology. The Vision 65 boasts a native 1080p resolution. Ideal for use with multiple screen sizes and room environments, the Vision 65 features a power vertical lens shift, as well.
▪ Vidikron |


The Christie Digital LX1500 projector merges XGA LCDs with a quad-lamp optical illumination system into a powerful 3LCD light engine. At 15,000 ANSI lumens, the projector incorporates inorganic LCD panels that deliver a 2000:1 contrast ratio. Coupled with improved 10-bit image processing for smoother, artifact-free images, the LX1500 also sports an array of four 330W lamps and features 11 optional high-performance lenses to support a variety of settings. The lens suite is compatible with the company's previous LX120 and LX100 models.
▪ Christie Digital Systems

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