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BenQ Announces TH681 HD and 3D Home Projector

Posted in BenQ,Projectors by Darrin Olson on March 22nd, 2014

BenQ TH681 HD Home ProjectorBenQ announced on Thursday their planned release of the TH681 Full HD Home Projector. The TH681 boasts a bright display of 3000 lumens for a 1080p resolution picture with a 10,000:1 high contrast ratio. It is also capable of showing 3D media, provided you have a device that will play 3D content and you bring your 3D glasses.

The projector uses Eco-Smart technology to help with power consumption and provides a lamp life of up to 6500 hours when utilizing the Eco-Smart mode. It also comes with all of the standard ports such as HDMI, RGB, Composite, S-Video, Mini-Jack, RCA and USB. It even includes a single 10W speaker if for some reason your not sporting surround sound with your projection.

The BenQ TH681 is planning its availability on March 26th, and pricing is expected to be around $1200 USD …

Hitachi Announces Two Super-short Focus Projectors

Posted in Hitachi by Conner Flynn on April 18th, 2011

Hitachi has announced two new super-short focus projectors in the CP-A300NJ and CP-AW250NJ. This pair is based on the company’s first generation super-short focus projector the CP-A100J and both of these new models can project up to an 80-inch image from only 23cm away, which is impressive.

The CP-A300NJ features XGA resolution with 3000 Lumens brightness, while the AW250NJ features WXGA resolution and 2500 Lumens brightness. Both have a 10W mono speaker. Nothing on pricing yet however.

Runco outs crazy expensive projectors costing more than some homes

Posted in Home Theater,Projectors by Shane McGlaun on September 23rd, 2010

When it comes to home theaters you can have the average mans set up with a nice big screen TV and surround sound. Then you can have the high-end rich home theater gurus set up with sound like the theater and a projector that can blind astronauts on the ISS as it passes over your house.

Runco has unveiled a couple new projectors that are aimed squarely at the rich people wanting the best and having the loot to pay for it. The two new projectors are the Runco SC-50d and the SC-60d. They are the top of the line from Runco and are custom built. The projectors have dual lamps and support 3D content with active or passive systems.

Epson MovieMate 85HD and 62 All-in-one Home Projectors

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on September 19th, 2010

If you’re looking for an affordable home theater system, you may want to check out the Epson MovieMate 85HD and MovieMate 62 all-in-one home projectors. These high-quality 3LCD projectors have a built-in DVD player and Dolby Digital audio with two built-in 10W speakers.

The Epson MovieMate 85HD produces a 720p resolution and uses a new E-TORL lamp for 2500 lumens, while the MovieMate 62 has a 540p resolution and 2000 lumens of brightness. The Epson MovieMate 85HD and MovieMate 62 all-in-one home projectors will be available this month for $899 and $649.

Canon outs 7000 lumen bright projector for installations

Posted in Canon by Shane McGlaun on August 25th, 2010

There are so many uses for projectors in different settings that it is staggering. Many churches use projectors, businesses use them, schools use them, and folks use them at home too. Canon has unveiled a new projector that is big in brightness and price.

The projector is the LV-7590 and it is designed to be installed in a setting where a bright projector is needed. The 7590 has 7000 lumens of light and can project images in 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratio. The projector also has a number of optional lenses to customize it to the setting.

Sanyo unveils two ultra short throw 3D ready projectors

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2010

Sanyo has introduced two new short-throw, 3D-ready projectors. The PDG-DWL2500 and PDG-DXL2000. With a new mirror projection optical unit, they are capable of throwing up large images in about half the space of a typical projector.

In fact, the DWL2500 is the shortest-throw projector available on the market, as it can create an 80-inch image just 12.6 inches from the screen. The DWL2500 sports a native 1280×800 resolution for a 16:10 aspect ratio and a brightness of 2,500 lumens. While the DXL2000 has lower specs, at 1024×768, 4:3 and 2,000.

Casio unveils four new ultra thin projectors

Posted in Casio by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2009

Casio unveils four new projectorsCasio just unleashed four new projectors in Japan, all in a super slim design that should fit just about anywhere. They measure just 1.7″ in height. Features among all four include XGA (1,024 x 768) resolution and 1,800:1 contrast ratio.

Look for these to hit the Japanese market this July. The XJ-S68 projector will have a brightness of 3,500 ANSI lumens, with composite RGB and USB connections. The XJ-S63 has the same minus one USB port, but throws in a 1-watt speaker.

Sony releases VPL-EX7 and VPL-EX70 projectors

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2009

Sony releases VPL-EX7 and VPL-EX70 projectorsSony’s latest attempts at the projector market come in the form of these latest two models, the VPL-EX7 and VPL-EX70. Both of these models have the ability to throw a 60″ screen at 1,024 x 768 resolution from a distance of 1.8m, with a short focal lens.

The VPL-EX70 is labeled as BrighEra with a 900:1 contrast ratio and a brightness of 2600 lumens, while the VPL-EX7 has a 500:1 contrast ratio and a 2000 lumens brightness. There is no word on pricing yet.

Mitsubishi releases WD3300U and XD3200U Projectors

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2009

Mitsubishi releases WD3300U and XD3200U ProjectorsMitsubishi has two new projectors available for the mass market. The WD3300U and XD3200U are perfect for schools, churches, offices, presentation rooms etc. The WD3300U features 4,000 ANSI lumens, a 2,300:1 contrast ratio, and a wide screen WXGA (1,280 x 800) resolution with a 16:10 aspect ratio.

Meanwhile, the XD3200U offers 4,500 ANSI lumens, a 2,500:1 contrast ratio and a smaller XGA (1,024 x 768) resolution. Both projectors feature DLP display technology that allows you to view pictures up to 300 inches in size, diagonally.

Sanyo projector has two lamps for 24/7 operation

Posted in Projectors by Nino Marchetti on January 27th, 2009

Sanyo PLC-XTC50L

Sanyo rolled out today a new 3LCD projector for the educational and business markets which makes use of a dual lamp system which allows for 24/7 continuous operation. It is called the PLC-XTC50L and it will be available this month for around $7,500.

The Sanyo PLC-XTC50L features what is called the industry’s first lamp selection system. This function automatically selects one of two lamps to project from, and switches lamps based on user preference or preprogrammed settings. This system, and the dual lamps, offers up around 6,000 hours of projection, which is said to be twice as long as regular one lamp models.

Sanyo debuts very bright projector

Posted in Projectors by Nino Marchetti on January 16th, 2009

Sanyo PLC-XF71

Sanyo introduced today what it says is the industry’s brightest two lamp projector. It is the PLC-XF71 and it is available this month for around $17,000.

The Sanyo PLC-XF71 sports 10,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 3,000:1. It makes use of a three mirror system in order to get uniform light output from the two lamps, as well as to reduce color irregularities and get better quality 4:3 images.

Adtec announces two tiny projectors

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on December 3rd, 2008

Adtec announces two tiny projectorsSeems like every company is getting on the tiny projector bandwagon. So, it’s going to be hard for any of these to stand out. Adtec’s two new MP15A Series projectors certainly don’t look like they’re going to stand out from the crowd

As far as Specs, they’re pretty run of the mill,, with 15 ANSI lumens, a 200:1 contrast ratio, and VGA 640 x 480 resolution, they have an LED lamp with about a 20,000 hour life. The 15AW is white, while the 15AB is black. Other then the color, they are identical. Both will be available in December and January in Japan. No word yet on releases in other countries.

New Toshiba projector supports closed captions

Posted in Projectors by Nino Marchetti on October 7th, 2008

Toshiba TLP-X150U

Toshiba is delivering a new mobile projector which offers closed caption capabilities for those in need of this type of function. It is called the TLP-X150U and you’ll find it available for around $960.

The TLP-X150U, with its closed caption feature, allows the audience to read text or dialogue from a DVD player or television signal. It also offers what is described as a “PC-free” presentation, hosting a USB port so one can show a presentation stored in JPG format on a USB flash drive.

NEC announces two new mobile projectors

Posted in Projectors by Nino Marchetti on August 4th, 2008

NEC NP61

NEC today debuted some new mobile projectors which provide what NEC says is easy setup and bright images. These new projectors are the NP41 and NP61, priced at around $1,000 and $1,400, respectively.

The  NP41 and NP61 offer up 2,300 and 3,000 lumens, respectively. Operation sound is said to be quiet at around 32dB in a select mode. Both are designed to fire up quickly, automatically detecting the source and projecting the image with auto input selection. Automatic vertical keystone correction is also included.

Meridian putting out one serious video projector system

Posted in Projectors by Nino Marchetti on July 30th, 2008

Meridian 810 Reference Video System

Meridian Audio is unveiling a serious new video projector and scaler which will definitely set you back a pretty penny or two. It is called the Meridian 810 Reference Video System and pricing is set around $185,000.

The Meridian 810 Reference Video System includes one serious projector capable of 4096 x 2400 pixels, or 10 megapixels, of display capability. That might not seem light much unless you consider, said Meridian, that a regular HDTV image at 1080i represents just 1 megapixel, while full-spec HD (1080p) is still only twice that. It also can deliver up to 4000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 10000:1.


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