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Ralf Jurrien : September 23th 2007 - 19:38 CET

Mitsubishi projectors at IFA 2007


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MitsubishiMitsubishi projector at IFA 2007 : Mitsubishi Electric is launching a new generation of LCD projectors that offer realistic home cinema experiences in full high definition. The HC6000 and HC4900 - to be unveiled at the IFA 2007 - complete the Japanese home cinema specialist’s premium product line and meet the increasing demand for advanced home entertainment systems. The HC6000, the company’s top-of-the-line projector, offers a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. Featuring full HD LCD panels and a brand new auto iris, the HC6000 delivers an exceptional 12,000:1 contrast ratio, enabling it to project stunningly realistic images with fine details in shaded areas. An optional cinema filter is also available, for deep black tones.
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The projector boasts near-silent operation, producing just 19 dB, and its two HDMI 1.3 interfaces mean the connections make no compromises on picture quality. With all this sophisticated technology, the HC6000 is ideal for movie fans who settle for nothing less than true-to-life, big-screen movies at home. The HC4900 is an entry-level full HD projection solution. Its 3LCD technology, auto iris function and 1,000 ANSI lumens of brightness offer striking, realistic and contrast-rich images, while the quiet fan produces a barely-noticeable 19 dB. The projector is equipped with amazingly advanced technology for today’s home cinema systems at a very attractive price.

Mitsubishi HC6000 projector
Like the Mitsubishi HC6000, the system also features an exceptionally long lamp service life of 5,000 hours, which keeps running costs to an absolute minimum. The new products are part of the Mitsubishi Electric strategy to build up its range of full HD projectors. Presented at the IFA 2006 as one of the first home cinema projectors with full HD resolution, the Mitsubishi HC5000 - with its Silicon Optix HQV technology for peerless video processing - is technically superior to the HC4900 and will continue to be manufactured in the future.

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Mitsubishi HC6000 home entertainment projector
With three models in the premium segment, Mitsubishi Electric now offers home cinema enthusiasts an impressive selection of high-quality, full HD systems. The company's latest projectors will be on display at stand 201/202 in hall 26, where specially-erected cinema rooms will show the latest blockbusters in full HD quality (courtesy of Paramount Home Entertainment Germany).





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