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Optoma’s New Home Theater Projector Features DarkChip3

Apr 17, 2006 8:00 AM

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Optoma Technology HD7100

Optoma Technology, a leading manufacturer of projection displays, introduces the HD7100 home theater projector, a new top-of-the-line product in the company’s award-winning home theater projector line. The HD7100, based on Texas Instruments’ DarkChip3 DLP DMD chipset, features extensive source inputs and four-way optical lens shift capabilities for precision during installation.

Built with the most discerning home theater enthusiast in mind, the Optoma HD7100 offers advanced adjustability through user controls, as well as highly developed optics and components. The HD7100’s advanced optical system delivers 1000 ANSI lumens and 5000:1 (full on/off) peak contrast, which delivers subtle details and vibrant images.

With its native 720p resolution, the HD7100 home theater projector creates true-to-life images that are vibrant and rich in color and contrast. The DarkChip3 technology allows the HD7100 to produce a smooth, filmlike image with superior black levels and high native contrast. Other features include a high-precision, low-distortion lens with a 1.25X zoom ratio and four-way horizontal and vertical optical lens shift capability for precise installation.

Display Technology: Single 0.8” DarkChip3 DLP technology
Brightness (typical): 1000 lumens
Contrast Ratio: 5000:1 (full on/off)
Resolution: 720p native (1280x720); UXGA (1600x1200) compressed
Video Compatibility: NTSC, PAL, SECAM, true HDTV (720p, 1080i), EDTV (480p), SDTV (480i), 576i/p
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 native, 4:3 compatible
I/O Connectors: 1x-DVI-D, 2x-component video, 1x- S-Video, 1x-composite, 1x-VGA (RGB/SCART), 1x-RS-232, 2x-IR ports
Weight: 15lbs.
Noise Level: 32dB

The Optoma HD7100 home theater projector is currently available for an estimated street price of $3,499 through authorized Optoma dealers.

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