Mar 1, 2002 12:00 PM
The 181-channel, auto-programming HT-34PRO's Pro-Flat screen presents 650 lines of horizontal resolution to ensure the integrity of video images from broadcast programming to DVD and DSS. Its component video input, advanced digital comb filter and programmable microprocessor, in addition to its 95% DC restoration and dynamic black level extension, round out its list of features.
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At 6.17 pounds, the SP-9t features 90% brightness uniformity with true 800×600 SVGA resolution. It is HDTV-compatible and has a component video input, plus audio and computer inputs. Throw distance is 5.3 to 26.6 feet.
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Accurate Imaging Technologies
The Accurate 8 (with 8-inch tubes) and 9 (with 9-inch tubes) are CRT-based front projectors with a variety of image-enhancing modifications.
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TView Micro SXGA converts a VGA output from a computer into a video signal that can be displayed on any NTSC or PAL television or recorded to a VCR. It also simplifies the monitor process for Webcast viewing. It automatically detects VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA resolutions and synchronizes them with any television, controlling size, position, zoom, eight levels of flicker, 32 levels of brightness, 15 levels of color and eight levels of contrast.
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Sharp Electronics Corporation
The PZ-43HV2U and PZ-50HV2U HDTV-compatible televisions offer a newly-developed panel, widescreen viewing, high brightness, and a higher contrast ratio than earlier Sharp plasma displays. Both are true native XGA displays with 830:1 contrast, 16:9 aspect ratio and 160° viewing angle. At just over 3 inches deep, they can be wall mounted or placed on a table (with the included custom-designed stand).
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Home Theater Projector
Plus Corporation of America
Small and light, the Plus Piano HE-3100 has a contrast ratio of 700:1 and a built-in Silicon Image SIL 503 digital video processor/progressive scanning converter. It also has native 16:9 projection; 4-times, 6-segment RGB sequential illumination; Digital Micromirror Device movie quality; and fan-noise reduction to 32 dBA. It will be available in silver, black, white, red and blue.
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Packing 2000 ANSI lumens of brightness, Toshiba's TDP-S3 weighs less than 6 pounds and works well for presentations in a variety of environments. Features include Texas Instruments' DLP technology, quiet operation (less than 39 dB), digital keystone correction, native SVGA resolution and a 400:1 contrast ratio.
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Projection Screen Material
FireHawk increases black levels, shadows detailing and color saturation (especially for DLP projectors). The mission of this product is to maximize screen image brightness at a 40% peak foot lambert increase over all existing gray screens for DLP systems.
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This portable LCD projector has XGA resolution and can project images that match or exceed those produced by most computers. The ImagePro 8753 produces 1100 ANSI lumens and has a contrast ratio of 400:1. IR remote control allows the operator freedom to move about the room while presenting. And a 1.3X zoom lens permits matching the image size to that of the screen.
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Mitsubishi offers the XL1 and SL1 XGA and SVGA projector models. Both microportables produce 1000 ANSI lumens and feature digital keystone adjustment, ColorView Natural Color Matrix, sRGB color compliance and an Intelligent Room Illumination Sensor control.
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PLC-XP45/L and PLC-XP40/L multimedia LCD projectors weigh less than 20 pounds, and both incorporate Sanyo's proprietary light engine. Their 200-watt UHP lamps produce 3500 and 2600 ANSI lumens, respectively. Their XGA native resolution of 1024 by 768 and contrast ratios (800:1 and 500:1) produce clear images up to 400 inches diagonally.
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