Marantz Upgrades VP-11S1 Video Projector With HDMI 1.3 Deep Color Capability 
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Written by AVRev.com   
Wednesday, 16 May 2007

Marantz America, a renowned manufacturer of advanced home entertainment solutions introduced an upgraded version of its groundbreaking VP-11S1 High-Definition DLP front projector that features HDMI 1.3 inputs with Deep Color capability. With its HDMI 1.3 Deep Color capability and 12-bit color depth, the upgraded VP-11S1 is capable of displaying an astonishing 68 Billion colors! All VP-11S1 units now shipping to retailers will incorporate the upgrade, with no increase in the suggested retail price of $19,999. In addition, Marantz will be offering a service solution for units currently in the field, which will allow all existing VP-11S1 owners to have their projectors upgraded to HDMI 1.3 with Deep Color (Pricing for the upgrade will be announced shortly.).

Noted Kevin Zarow, Vice President, Marketing and Product Development, Marantz America, Inc: "Marantz is proud to be the first company to offer a single chip DLP Projector featuring HDMI 1.3 with Deep Color and at the same time to provide a way for current owners to upgrade their units with this exciting new capability. Our goal has always been to provide our customers with solutions for enjoying the ultimate in home entertainment features and performance. Our upgraded VP-11S1 is a reflection of our commitment to remaining at the leading-edge of all the latest technological developments."

VP-11S1: For True Home Theater Aficionados
The VP-11S1, a single-chip DLP Projector featuring full upconversion capability for all video sources to 1080p HD resolution, delivers image quality previously unavailable in anything but the highest-priced professional projectors, including full uncompressed HDTV 1920x1080 pixel resolution for incredibly realistic, detailed and lifelike images – virtually indistinguishable from film quality. For true home theater aficionados, the VP-11S1 includes a Vertical Stretch mode that eliminates the black borders on widescreen movies when viewed on a 2.35:1 screen. Key to the VP-11S1's unprecedented image reproduction capabilities is the inclusion of Texas Instruments' first true 1080p HD chip, which dramatically increases the pixel count of previous 720p chips to over 2 million pixels.

Source: Press Release







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