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Titan rises in 4K for Digital Projection

Titan rises in 4K for Digital Projection

Titan rises in 4K for Digital Projection

Designed for the commercial AV marketplace, Digital Projection (DP) is shipping the HIGHlite 4K UHD reference satellite Modular Light Source (MLS) projection system. By separating the projector head from the pure laser light engine, DP is extending installation flexibility and a projector chassis that’s both smaller and lighter than other premium three-chip DLP projectors. Weighing 19kg, the HIGHlite S-MLS has been designed to fit into tight spaces. Connected to the projector head via fibre-optic cables, the modular light source can be located up to 100m away, resulting in a reduction in noise together with simpler upgrades and maintenance.

Designed for enhanced image clarity and detail in environments dictated by short viewing distances, the Radiance LED EV Series comprises the latest MicroLED technology in both 0.9mm and 1.2mm pixel pitches. Extending to a 2.5mm pitch, the 0.9mm version outputs in 4K at a 163-inch diagonal size. Other features include peak brightness up to 1,200 nits and contrast up to 20,000:1, support for HDR10 content and contrast up to 20,000:1. With power consumption significantly reduced, the 0.9mm pixel package allows for a darker area surrounding each pixel, resulting in improved black levels and contrast. The smaller pixel package also enables a wider 170° x 170° (HxV) viewing angle. Serviced from the front to streamline maintenance, the lightweight cabinet can be customised with beveled edges.

Suited for large venue applications including auditoriums, the Titan 41000 4K-UHD (3840x2160) 16:9 laser projector features a broad colour gamut using both red and blue lasers, improved 2,000:1 native contrast ratio and HDR. An extended 40,000-hour illumination lifetime in ECO mode and a dust-proof, filter-less design enables the 41,000-lumen projector to operate 24x7 with minimal maintenance. DP has integrated source redundancy together with video processing features for improved performance and flexible geometry adjustments for remote control corrections. With the Brightness Sync feature, embedded sensors monitor and automatically adjust the brightness of each individual projector to ensure each image is perfectly matched.

Outputting 27,000 ISO lumens, the M-Vision 27000 WU (1920x1200) laser projector is being billed by DP as the brightest single-chip model on the market. Incorporating some of the same features as the Titan 41000, including Source Redundancy, Brightness Sync and Auto White Balance Correction, in a bright, budget-conscious 1-chip DLP package, the projector is suitable for environments with high ambient light. The inclusion of ColorBoost + Red Laser technology is said to produce realistic and saturated colours, and comes with a 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio to deliver deep blacks.

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