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DPI M-Vision Cine 400-3D DLP Projector
Full HD 1080p Single-Chip DLP 5,500 Lumen Home Theater 3D Projector
Digital Projection International (DPI) announced the active-3D enabled M-Vision Cine 400-3D. The entry level single-chip 3D projector is equipped with the same DLP® DarkChip technology featured in DPI's entire product line. The M-Vision Cine 400-3D delivers immersive 3D imagery for screens up to 12' wide and will be priced below $20,000.
The 5,500 lumen M-Vision Cine 400-3D thrives in cinemas with screens up to 12' wide, as well as in venues with some ambient light, such as media rooms with smaller screen sizes. The compact and quiet Cine chassis, 1080p resolution, broad source connectivity and straightforward user interface make the M-Vision Cine 400-3D an optimum 3D solution for home entertainment enthusiasts desiring simple operation and stellar 3D imagery. Augmenting these benefits are the overall efficiency and long-life of the lamp system, enabling this new platform to produce beautiful 2D and 3D imagery while consuming very low power and producing very little heat.
Previously, large-screen 3D experiences in the home were reserved for the most elite home theaters using DPI's award-winning TITAN Reference 1080p-3D. Serving as a compliment to the existing TITAN 3D product line, the M-Vision Cine 400-3D introduces a native 1080p, single-chip 3D display to home cinemas for a fraction of the cost. Enthusiasts can now experience flicker-free 3D at a full 120 frames per second while benefitting from the exceptional value of the M-Vision Cine 400-3D.
Installation is flexible due to the M-Vision Cine 400-3D's compact and lightweight chassis design, and extraordinary lens shift range of 30% horizontal and 120% vertical. Multiple easy-to-change lens options provide further flexibility, with throw ratios ranging from 1.25 to 3.0:1. There is also a fixed lens which offers a .73:1 throw ratio. Connectivity includes two HDMI inputs, as well as RGB via D-15, component, composite and S-Video inputs.