In addition, both projectors provide 1080p native display resolution and full 2D and 3D compatibility via HDMI connectivity, as well as additional legacy connections (component, S-video, composite, and VGA), and full custom control interfaces (RS232, LAN, 12 volt triggers).
As far as light output goes, the HIGHlite Cine 330- 3D-HC can deliver as much as 3,000 lumens of light output while maintaing a 20,000:1 contrast ratio. On the other hand, the HIGHlite Cine 330-3D is designed to output as much as 5,500 Lumens of light, but contrast ratio dips down to about 2,000:1. For home theater applications, the 330-3D-HC might be the better choice, while the 330-3D might be more appropriate for classrooms and other venues where rooms may be brightly lit.
Both projectors are available now through authorized Digital Projection dealers and installers, starting at the $29,999 price point (final price depends on lens and other options selected).