has just introduced two new projectors incorporating Texas Instruments
Digital Light Processing technology (DLP). The Vision Series Model
40/40ET and Model 20/20ET projectors deliver picture quality and
professional features for home theater applications without breaking
The Vision Model 40 and Model 40ET use TI’s
latest 16:9 native HD-2 DLP chip technology. The entry level Model 20
and Model 20ET also offer the latest 16:9 widescreen DLP technology and
incorporate engineering innovations and a host of professional features
not typically found in projectors in this price range.
immediately, SIM2 USA has announced a new warranty program for the HT
series and RTX series. The new programs includes a two-year parts and
labor and one year lamp warranty for any Grand Cinema HT DLP projector
and one year parts and labor and one-year lamp warranty on the Grand
“In 2002, SIM2 instituted service procedures
should there be a need to repair or replace a DLP™ product. For the
benefit of our dealers we have procedures that ensure their display
projector is always in top condition,” stated Dan Drook, VP of SIM2
USA. “Improving our warranty program is the next step in the process to
demonstrate to our dealers that we not only stand behind our products
but we support them in their effort to keep their customers satisfied.”
The ground breaking PLUS Piano DLP video projector that made waves with its direct sales model and aggressively low pricing, has been upgraded to now include HDTV compatibility, a zoom lens, and progressive video capabilities, yet remains one of the most affordable projectors on the market priced at $3,299.
Wednesday, 14 November 2001
SIM2 Multimedia announces, through its sister company SIM2 Sèleco USA Inc., the newest addition to their line of Grand Cinema projectors: the HT 300. Based on the new 16:9 Texas Instruments DLP chip set the HT 300 Grand Cinema delivers native 720p for true High Definition capability.
Integra and Faroudja have teamed up to create an "HDTV-ready" video projection system that produces a clear and bright high-definition image of up to 100 inches (measured diagonally). The Integra DLV-100FP1 video projection system allows consumers to enjoy the movie-theater experience at home, with the action projected on a large movie screen instead of coming out of a box. This system consists of the compact Integra DLV-100 Digital Light Processing (DLP) Video Projector, and the FPV-1 Digital Video Processor, which was co-developed and co-branded with Faroudja Laboratories.