Tuesday, 09 September 2003
Marantz has just announced the introduction of its VP-12S3 High-Definition Projector featuring DLP technology, a high-end video display device that includes upgrades from the VP-12S2. The VP-12S3 incorporates Texas Instruments HD2+ DMD chip and other refinements to provide superlative high-definition DLP projector performance, along with a host of useful features that offer exceptional installation and calibration flexibility.
The Marantz VP-12S3 is designed to deliver extraordinary video projector performance in every respect. It uses the latest Texas Instruments 16 x 9 high-definition HD2+ DMD chip in conjunction with a newly developed 1280 x 720 pixel panel and advanced DLP™ technology to deliver improved sharpness and color accuracy, with 700 ANSI lumens brightness and a 3800:1 contrast ratio.
The projector also uses a new 200-watt DC lamp, which delivers higher, more uniform brightness while minimizing the flicker that can result from AC-type lamps.