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Hitachi Ultravision HDPJ52 home theater projector
Mark Peters : October 18th 2005 - 12:08 CET
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HitachiHitachi Ultravision HDPJ52 home theater projector : Hitachi America, Ltd., a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. introduced a new model that broadens Hitachi’s compact home theater projector offerings, including the feature-rich UltraVision HDPJ52 720p High Definition 16:9 LCD Front Projector for home theater enthusiasts. The Hitachi HDPJ52 features the company’s new and exclusive Hi-2 Dual Iris System for superior picture quality and powerful contrast ratio of up to 5000:1. “At the core of every Hitachi home theater product is many years of optical engineering development and refinement, combined with advanced new innovative technologies,” said Jeff Fochtman, product manager for Hitachi America, Ltd., Home Electronics Division.
Hitachi Ultravision HDPJ52 home theater projectorHitachi HDPJ52 – Home Projector
Jeff continues: “The HDPJ52 projector’s Hi-2 Dual Iris System is a testament to the fact that our engineering expertise and design know-how enables us to deliver a large screen size solution with flexible installation options and unparalleled image quality.” Loaded with exclusive Hitachi technologies, the HDPJ52 features the innovative Hi-2 Dual Iris System that combines two independently controlled Iris components to optimize the brightness of the projector to the ambient light conditions in the room to ensure users enjoy a more realistic and dramatic picture.

Ultravision HDPJ52 projector - Multimedia system
The 10-step, remote motorized lens iris can be opened for maximum output from the projector when more brightness is needed for high-ambient light conditions or closed in a low-light environment to create a deeper black level and increase subtle detail in shadows and highlights. The system controlled Lamp Iris can also be independently opened and closed by degrees to dynamically affect the amount of light sent through the light engine to the LCD panels. By digitally mapping incoming frames to determine the correct position of the Lamp Iris, a 5000:1 contrast ratio can be achieved. The HDPJ52 also includes Hitachi’s exclusive nine-step gamma curve adjustment feature for attaining proper black levels and picture mode presets to optimize the picture quality for specific programming types and customized to suit the specific viewing environment. And regardless of the ambient light conditions of the room, the HDPJ52 projector delivers optimal brightness to ensure the best possible picture quality.

Hitachi projector - ELD technology and Price
Hitachi’s proprietary Super-Focus Quattro ELD Lens technology enables the HDPJ52 to be placed off-axis from the center of the screen without requiring digital correction. The lens system itself shifts the image both vertically and horizontally to reproduce 720p high-definition images with exceptional detail and sharpness. Extensive imaging features include a 1.6x optical zoom that, when combined with the 3 Panel 720p LCD light engine, can create an image up to 300 inches with clarity and enhanced brightness. This front projector features a resolution of 1280 x 720, 3:2 film processing, 1,200 Lumen Light Output, HDMI-HDTV Input, a user-replaceable 150-watt lamp and a “whisper quiet” operation to reduce noise output to an industry low of just 24db. The HDPJ52 measures 5 11/16” x 13 3/8” x 11 3/16” and weighs 10.8 pounds. It will be available this month for $3,999.99.

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