Samsung has added several new home theater AV projectors to its lineup, the A400, A800 and A900. All of these projectors are able to create a wide-screen image that draws out color from their expanded palettes, and their brightness is increased by 50 percent over their predecessors.
The PDG-DHT100L professional class, DLP projector from Sanyo has just been added to their lineup. This projector features a dual color wheel design to enable brighter and more vivid color, 6,500 lumens of brightness, compatibility with 1080p HD signals as well as an Active Maintenance Filter to reduce maintenance calls and keep dust out of the lamp.
Settlement terms of more than $1 million have been reached between Toshiba DLP TV customers and Toshiba America. The consumers who purchased certain models of Toshiba TVs filed the claim against the company in 2007, citing faulty bulbs that expired before the warranty explicitly or implicitly promised.
Wednesday, 11 February 2009
Four new Panasonic projectors were on display at this year’s ISE. As part of the D6000 Series, they all have a similar basic feature set: the use of DLP technology, a design using dual lamps, a contrast ratio of 2000:1, an auto cleaning filter and consumption of less than 0.5 watts of power when put in standby mode.
Sanyo has unveiled a new projector that packs two lamps and an unprecedented brightness. The PLC-XF71 has a contrast ratio of 3000:1 as well as an ultra-bright 10,000 lumens. The projector is only capable however, of a 1024x768 resolution.