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Friday, May 30, 2008
Pioneer's KRF-9000FD Full HD 1080p Front Projector


The KRF-9000FD delivers solid image reproduction, with an impressive native contrast ratio that will output deep, dark blacks. What you see is clear, precise and natural.

Fine-tune the colours to suit both your tastes and the content you're watching, too. The projector has a gamma control feature, so you are able to manually set the image brilliance in line with your personal preferences.

The KRF-9000FD is equipped to display full high definition images with a progressive resolution of 1,920 x 1,080p at 24 frames per second. This means that it can accurately reproduce HD sources like Blu-ray disc. What you see - and hear - is reproduced exactly as the film was shot, mastered and stored on the Blu-ray disc.

All digital video signals are transferred via HDMI directly from source to screen, with no signal conversion or compression.

And if you enjoy genuine cinematic aspect ratios, you can replicate this at home in the full-size 2.35: 1 format, but without the intrusive black bars normally displayed at the upper or lowers edges of the image.

The KRF-9000HD has a motorised, versatile lens; this means you can vary the image size to deliver the most compelling dimensions, regardless of the size of your room.

The wide adjustment range of the lens gives you flexibility in placement. The lens allows an approximate 80% vertical and 34% horizontal adjustment, which means the projector can be suspended anywhere on your ceiling or placed in most positions on the floor; or even offset at an angle to the screen.

Main Features KRF-9000FD

Device
0.7 inch D-ILA x 3

Resolution
1,920 x 1,080

HD Ready 1080p
Yes

HD Digital Film Direct 24
Yes

Lens
2 x motorised zoom / focus lens
f = 21.3 ? 42.6 mm, F=3.2 ? 4.3

Lens Shift Function
80% vertical, 34% horizontal

Projection Size
60 ? 200 inches

Lamp
200W ultra high-pressure mercury lamp

Light Output
600 lm

Contrast Ratio
30,000 : 1

Input Terminals
2 x HDMI
1 x Component
1 x S-Video
1 x Composite

Control Terminals
RS-232C (D-sub, 9-pin)

Video Input Signals
480i/p
576i/p
720p 50 / 60p
1080i 50 /60p
1080p 60 / 50 / 24
NTSC/NTSC4.43
PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N
SECAM

Noise Level
24 dB (in normal mode)

Power Consumption (in use / standby)
280W / 2.7W

Dimensions (W x H x D)
455 x 172.5 x 418.5 mm

Weight
11.6 kg


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