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Cineversum Blackwing Two and Three LCoS HD Projectors


Cineversum just announced two new 3-chip LCoS projectors geared to the high-end residential projector market, named the Blackwing Two (2010) and the Blackwing Three (2010). They join the award-winning Blackwing One entry level model.

All three Cineversum projectors are precisely tuned to Rec. 709 high def color space and are only available through specialty AV dealers.

While the projectors have the same name as two previously available projectors from the company, the internal technology is new, cutting edge, and both are priced lower, respectively, than their predecessors.

Model Blackwing One Blackwing Two (2010) Blackwing Three (2010)
Cineversum P/N R9010096 R9010097 R9010098
Retail Price $7,745* $9,250 $12,075
Aspect Ratio 16:9 16:9 16:9
Technology 3-chip LCoS 3-chip LCoS 3-chip LCoS
Resolution 1920×1080 1920×1080 1920×1080
Compatibility up to 1080p 24-50-60 up to 1080p 24-50-60 up to 1080p 24-50-60
Lamp Power Consumption 200W 200W 200W
Lamp lifetime 2,000 hours 3,000 hours 3,000 hours
Noise level 20 dB 19 dB 19 dB
Zoom Manual Motorized Motorized
Zoom Ratio 1.75-2.53:1 1.4-2.8:1 1.4-2.8:1
Lens Shift Manual Motorized Motorized
Vertical Shift +/- 60% +/- 80% +/- 80%
Horizontal Shift +/- 30% +/- 34% +/- 34%
Focus Manual Motorized Motorized
Light output 1,400 lm 1,000 lm 900 lm
Contrast ratio 15,000:1 32,000:1 50,000:1
Digital Keystone Yes Yes Yes
Control terminal RS232C (D-sub 9) RS232C (D-sub 9) RS232C (D-sub 9)
Composite input 1 (RCA) 1 (RCA) 1 (RCA)
S-video input 1 (mini Din 4) 1 (mini Din 4) 1 (mini Din 4)
Component input 1 (RCAx3) 1 (RCAx3 also RGB) 1 (RCAx3 also RGB)
HDMI input 2 (HDMI 1.3) 2 (HDMI 1.3) 2 (HDMI 1.3)
Analogue PC input 1 (D-sub 15) No 1 (D-sub 15)
12V Trigger 2 1 1

*price increase effective January 1, 2010

Both new projectors can be ordered now, and should start shipping by the end of January. Both will have anamorphic lens kits, ceiling mounts, and additional accessories.

All of Cineversum’s projectors are custom painted using an extensive automotive paint process. The standard color is silver-black anthracite, but any of the models may be ordered in pearl white, silver or chrome. Custom made to order colors are also available.

About Cineversum


Cineversum initially was conceived as the dedicated consumer brand for famed Belgian video manufacturer Barco. In September, 2004, Technic Electronic Conseil (T.E.C.) took over worldwide distribution of Barco’s home theater business, including the Cineversum name. T.E.C. is based in the Montmartre district of Paris, France.

Led by French industry veteran and pioneer Jean-Claude Younes, T.E.C. has successfully developed the Cineversum Home Cinema Concept. In close cooperation with partners such as Barco, Cineversum has steadily built a range of cutting-edge video products for the professional home theater market and are distributing them worldwide through a network of specialist distributors.

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