|Vidikron's New Model 100 3-Chip High-Def DLP|
|Home Theater News DLP Front Projector News|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Monday, 01 November 2004|
Vidikron has announced its new Vision Model 100, which has been specifically engineered to produce high performance video in the contemporary home.
Vidikron has incorporated 3-chip, high definition DLP technology with a specially designed LightAmp engine developed by Vidikron engineers to provide a blend of high quality image reproduction and high light output. As a result, the Model 100 produces a light output of 3500 ANSI lumens (CSMS Light Output of 78.5 ft-Lamberts).
The Model 100’s 16:9 native aspect ratio DMD array makes it ideal for widescreen viewing, while its 3-chip, 1280 x 720 native resolution produces crisp high definition images with rich colors, deep black levels and great detail according to Vidikron.
Vidikron’s all-digital Imagix video processing is integrated into the projector chassis for the most advanced video scaling and image quality available. This design provides pure digital connections from input to light engine.
The multiple aspect ratio control includes Vidikron’s unique IntelliWide mode for viewing standard video formats in widescreen without loss of image quality. Discrete IR and RS-232 control, and lens shift capability aid custom installation, while discrete source and aspect ratio selection accommodate any automation control system.
The Vision Model 100 retails for $29,995.