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Thursday, September 04, 2008
Mitsubishi Announces Diamond Series Projector Market Strategy with Premium 1080p Projectors, HC7000U and HC6500U


Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America?s Presentation Products Division announced at CEDIA its Diamond Series of projectors.

The Diamond Series of projectors includes Mitsubishi?s new flagship home theater projector, the HC7000U, and the HC6500U, both premiering at the CEDIA Expo. These HD projectors boast a new sleek design with a black cabinet and are also two of the quietest projectors on the market today, emitting only 17 dBa in low mode.

The flagship HC7000U HD projector uses polarization to create one of the highest contrast ratios available in a projector of this caliber. At 70,000:1, rich details, deep blacks, and great depth and dimension are obvious in dark scenes like those in classic film noir and action films.

Mitsubishi is also announcing its first ultra-bright 1080p HD projector designed for more exposed, brighter home theater environments.

When living spaces are intended to capture fantastic, breathtaking views, installing a home theater environment in those areas often requires closing the curtains. However, with Mitsubishi?s new high-brightness HD8000, its 5000 lumens creates brilliant HD 1080p video images that don?t need a darkened room .

The HD8000 projector uses three 1.1 inch 3LCD inorganic panels and includes a DVI connector with an HDMI-to-DVI adapter for a wider range of HD connectivity options.


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