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Switchers HRS The MSR5 series consists of ultrawide-bandwidth, RGBHV vertical interval matrix switchers. With more
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HRS Technologies

The MSR5 series consists of ultrawide-bandwidth, RGBHV vertical interval matrix switchers. With more than 450 MHz of video bandwidth, the MSR5-series products are for high-resolution presentation applications, including RGB, RGBS, RGBHV, VGA/UXGA computer video, YUV component video, and HDTV video. The switchers enable vertical interval or glitchfree switching between multiple high-resolution sources to multiple outputs. The units feature front-panel and remote RS-232 control capability.
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The PowerLite 30c portable multimedia projector has LCD technology and high-quality video capabilities. The 6.4-pound projector is designed for K-12 educators and home-entertainment enthusiasts. The PowerLite 30c offers customers 800 ANSI lumens, SVGA-native resolution (800 by 600), along with a 400:1 contrast ratio and a lightweight, portable design that is compact. The PowerLite 30c is also a multipurpose entertainment projector, compatible with RGB, composite, S-video, and component video offering a range of input options.
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LCD Monitor


The FP591 is a 15-inch LCD monitor that delivers A/V performance at high levels. It offers 500 nits superbrightness and includes TV, DVD/VCD movie, Web browsing, and gaming. With an ultralow response time of 16 ms, the FP591 displays movies without motion artifacts and delivers built-in SRS audio. Options include a television tuner and a Digital Photo Frame that enables a user to connect a digital camera directly to the FP591.
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Plasma Display


The Real Black NeoArt SV-4201H is a 42-inch plasma display with a contrast ratio of 3,000:1. With digital image processing technology, the NeoArt SV-4201H reduces artifacts and provides a natural-looking moving picture. The NeoArt SV-4201H is 3.3 inches thin, weighs 64 pounds, and features 852-by-480-pixel resolution and 550 cd/m2 brightness. It works with DTV, DVD, SD, HD, S-VHS, and PC with VGA-to-UXGA resolution.
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Sharp Electronics

Two high-resolution additions to the Notevision family are the 11.3-pound Notevision C45X and the Notevision C45S (PG-C45X and PG-C45S), both 2,400 ANSI lumens bright and designed for flexibility in basic installation settings. With a slim attaché-case design and high-tech security features, the Notevision C45 projectors are for classrooms and corporate settings such as conference rooms and collaborative work environments. The Notevision C45 models include an L-type optical system, which delivers high brightness and improved imaging efficiency. Both Notevision C45s offer an individual cooling system for each LCD panel, which lengthens the panel's life span.
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Knöll Systems

The HD272 HDTV projector comes with the HD2/Mustang Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), delivering true native 1,280-by-720 resolution, high contrast, and brightness. Features include 1,000 ANSI lumens brightness; 921,600 actual pixels DMD; true high definition with native 1,280-by-720 resolution; 12-degree tilt angle that ensures contrast of 1,400:1 and greater lumens efficiency; factory-calibrated image; a Faroudja FLI2300 DCDi+ video processor with built-in scaler; high-contrast Carl Zeiss optics with 1.4:1 zoom ratio; sealed light-path optics and low-light pollution cabinet design; antiflicker lamp circuitry; and user adjustments for every source.
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Display Processor

RGB Spectrum

The QuadView Plus can display four video and computer signal sources on a single screen. Display alternatives include quad split, side-by-side, picture-in-picture, and overlapping windows. Each input can be scaled and positioned anywhere on the screen as well as panned and zoomed to emphasize areas of interest or change picture aspect ratio. The QuadView Plus is controlled through an RS-232 serial port.
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Video Processor


The Advanced Video Processor functions as a resolution multiplier and upscales video to the full native resolution required by projectors and plasma display panels. It features 1,400-by-1,050 resolution VGA to WXGA. New resolutions can be downloaded, installed, and customized. It accepts interlaced, progressive, and digital inputs and supports DVI digital composite, S-video, YPrPb, RGB, and 480/576p. It also outputs DVI digital with flickerfree, progressive video without artifacts or video noise to your display.
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Projector Cooling System

Howell Technologies

The Quiet Box is custom designed to match a specific projector chassis using internal channels to kill noise and stray light, balance airflow to the projector's vents, and exhaust heat quickly. The projector runs cooler inside the Quiet Box than it will on its own. The Quiet Box reduces projector noise by as much as 75 percent and is acoustically tuned to each projector chassis to minimize noise. The unit is designed to improve the projector's normal cooling capacity by as much as 50 percent.
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LCD Monitor

Clarity Visual Systems

This 40-inch direct-view LCD aims to replace plasma screens plagued with phosphor wear and burn-in. The Bobcat uses an LCD panel manufactured by Sanyo Electric Company. The Bobcat display also offers high resolution, including the ability to accept inputs from VGA (640 by 480) up to WXGA (1,280 by 768) resolution. The Bobcat uses the same technology used in computer laptop screens.
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InFocus Corp.

The X1 is designed for people and businesses that want a projector to use not only in the office or classroom but also in the home for watching DVDs, playing video games, or viewing digital photos in life-size. The X1 features a 3,000-hour lamp life; video and data images with 2,000:1 contrast ratio; components from Faroudja (DCDi video processing) and Texas Instruments (DLP chip); and ease-of-use design elements.
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LCD Panel

Samsung Electronics

The 46-inch TFT LCD panel features true motion-picture quality with a response time of 12 ms; a 1,280-by-720 high resolution; and a wide 16:9 aspect ratio that suits the key requirements for high-definition TVs. The proprietary Patterned Vertical Alignment technology achieves a 170-degree viewing angle in all directions. The true color saturation is 72 percent against the NTSC standard, and the contrast ratio is 800:1. Brightness is 500 cd/m2.
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