SIM2’s HT 5000 Is the Worlds First 3-chip projector


A monster was unleashed by SIM2 when the HT 5000 made its debut. Acclaimed to be the world’s first 3-chip 1080p projector. This 45 kg beast is the new flagship of the company, and it is showing off its power with half hour Demos on a gaint Twelve Foot screen. As cine-buffs will be aware, three-chip DLP is the pinnacle of digital projection, and the HT5000 is one of the first such projectors to include Texas Instruments’ sinister-sounding 1080p DarkChip3 chipsets. The 1920×1080 pixel, progressive scan images, are the best high-def so far. It is being used to its advantage by showing off a selection of trailers and Mission: Impossible 3 footage working the eyes, and an audio setup from PMC care of the ears.

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The power of the SIM2’s HT 5000 is unleashed for £35,000 plus another £5000 for the lens. A grand total of about $ 76.200.
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