We’re excited to be at CEDIA 2013 this week, showing off three new home theater projectors and other gear to the custom install channel. Take a look at our newest technology on the show floor!
Meet our new VPL-HW55ES home projector. It’s ideal for smaller screening environments.
With its proven optical engine and Advanced Iris 3 technology, it achieves a dynamic contrast ratio of more than 120,000:1. This improves black levels without diminishing peak brightness to maximize detail during darker scenes.
Enhanced optical efficiency and an improved cooling system enables longer lasting lamp (approximately 5,000 hours) and reaches 1,700 ANSI lumen of brightness, delivering clear images, even in well-lit environments.
Next, we’ve got the VPL-VW600ES home theater projector, which offers Full Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI)-based 4096 x 2160 resolution for a cinematic 4K experience.
The projector has rich color reproduction thanks to TRILUMINOS™ display, an enhanced optical engine design, and auto-calibration and manual color correction features to allow installers to adjust the hue, saturation and brightness to obtain and maintain a customized picture quality.
The VPL-VW600ES projector boasts 1,700 ANSI-lumens of brightness and a 200,000:1 contrast ratio.
Last but not least, the VPL-VW1100ES is our latest and greatest 4K home theater projector. It delivers an immersive visual experience with four times the resolution of HDTV, and its 2,000 ANSI-lumens of brightness makes it suitable for screen sizes up to 200-inches diagonally.
The VW1100ES projector uses Sony’s Reality Creation picture engine to dramatically enhance all video content regardless of source, however it also integrates the latest HDMI standard to support 4K/60p playback for smoother images when watching fast moving action content.
The VPL-VW1100ES has an exclusive upscaling algorithm designed for “Mastered in 4K” Blu-ray™ discs from Sony Picture Entertainment, which enable the viewer to enjoy more accurate 4K picture quality from HD content delivered on Blu-ray discs. For greater versatility, it can also display Full HD 3D movies, as well as 2D and 3D anamorphic films.
For more detailed information on our new projectors, visit our press site.
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