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Digital Projection Announces Two New 3D Video Projectors

By February 15, 2013

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Digital Projection International (DPI), known for its high-end consumer and commercial video projectors, has been doing 3D for some years, and continues to add to its 3D projector product line. The HIGHlite Cine 330-3D-HC and Cine 330-3D, are two new projectors designed for home theater or educational and business setups with large rooms and large screens.

Both projectors feature 3-Chip DLP designs, which eliminates the Rainbow Effect that is common with 1-Chip DLP projectors. However, 3-Chip DLP projectors are more expensive.

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).

For full feature, specification, and option details for both projectors, refer to the official HIGHlite 330-3D -HC and 330-3D product pages. Image provided by Digital Projection

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