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CEDIA 2013 - Digital Projection Projectors

CEDIA 2013

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#1 of 2 OFFLINE   Kevin Collins

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Posted September 26 2013 - 03:52 PM

Today we had to speak with Michael, the Director of Marketing for Digital Projection.  One of the issues with projectors that use lamps/bulbs is the noise, heat and degrading light output that occurs over time. 


Digital Projection today is announcing the first available 3 chip LED projector the TITAN 1080p LED 3D and also showing their entry level single chip LED, the M-Vision LED 1000.  We had a chance to view both of these projectors in their theater and the results looked very impressive, particularly with blacks.  We are planning on getting a M-Vision LED 1000 for review.


Check out the video to get all the details.


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Posted September 27 2013 - 02:43 AM

Interesting.  From what I understand LED light output does indeed degrade over time and is dim from the beginning compared to traditional lamps. 


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