Friday June 30, 2006 6:22 pm
Marantz Debuts Pricey Home DLP Projector
If you have around $20k burning a hole in your pocket and desire some home high tech, the Marantz VP-11S1 video projector may be your ticket. This single-chip DLP projector features full up-conversion capability of all video sources to 1080p HD resolution and will be available in July.
The Marantz VP-11S1 sports a Texas Instruments’ 1080p chip which, coupled with associated technologies, lets the projector display 68-plus billion colors on screen. The VP-11S1 sports a die-cast aluminum chassis and has custom fully sealed 13 element all-glass optics from Konica-Minolta.
Other features of the Marantz VP-11S1 include dual HDMI inputs; component video, S-video, composite video and analog RGB connections; vertical lens shift; remote in/out connections; RS-232C serial control ports; and a vertical stretch mode for eliminating black borders on widescreen movies viewed on a 2:35:1 screen.
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