SIM2 expands leadership in the 1080p one-chip DLP market with the Grand Cinema HT3000
SIM2 Multimedia has reinforced its leadership in the high-end 1080p single-chip projector market thanks to the very successful Grand Cinema HT3000E projector.
Since its introduction, the Grand Cinema™ HT3000 series has been met with positive customer reactions and has received many rave reviews by some of the most respected journalists in the industry.
"I'm impressed not only by its picture, but by the entire package, from the slick industrial design to the thoughtful setup and adjustment features. If you're planning a serious 1080p home theater and cost is no object, you owe it to yourself to check out the SIM2 HT3000," says Sound and Vision magazine (USA).
“Its superlative images rival those of many a three-chip DLP for colour realism, brightness and contrast. A landmark performer in every sense” says UK’s What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision magazine.
Also, The Grand Cinema HT3000 projector made an impressive appearance on the “Something For The Weekend” TV show (UK); The presenters commented: "...it really is a most amazing picture...the ultimate boy's toy, it looks great, the picture quality is great... excellent!”
Home Cinema Choice magazine (UK) writes, " Superb all-round performance; easy to set up; runs quietly…” and grants the HT3000 the Reference Status and Best Buy Award.
The ‘full’ High Definition HT3000E sets the standard for 1080p single chip DLP projectors. It features Texas Instruments’ ingenious BrilliantColor™ technology and the equally impressive Unishape™ lamp technology. And thanks to its use of 10-bit video processing it is capable of displaying an astonishing one billion colors. The design utilizes the latest DLP® chipset from Texas Instruments, the high-spec 0.95 1080p DMD, this is partnered with the company’s proprietary ALPHAPATH™ light engine to create images of exceptional clarity on-screen.
Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Pricing:
$17,495 with T1 lens
$18,495 with T2 lens
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