Mitsubishi Reduces Prices on Home Theater Projectors
Feb 20, 2006
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Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division announced it has lowered its suggested retail prices on its home theater line of front projectors, the HC3000U, HC900U and HC100U.

Mitsubishi's HC3000U is one of the lowest-priced 720p projectors containing Texas Instruments DDP3020 Digital Light Processing(TM) TrueVision(TM) Image processing and BrilliantColor(TM), and is currently available at a manufacturer's suggested price of U.S. $2,495. BrilliantColor(TM) is said to increase mid-tone color levels for higher brightness, vibrant colors and realistic and lifelike images. The result is a display output that is said to look even brighter and more intense than its specified 1000 ANSI lumens and 4000:1 contrast ratio.

Currently available at an MSRP of $1,895, Mitsubishi's HC900U projector with DLP(TM) technology reportedly has a high contrast ratio and proprietary gamma control technology that is said to provide professional-level features.

Additonally, Mitsubishi says its HC100U projects an image up to 250 inches diagonally, and with an MSRP of $1,495, is a great alternative for budget-minded home theater shoppers. It offers a significant screen size-to-space efficiency ratio, and is the size of a large box of chocolates. The HC100U's light weight also allows users to easily store it out of sight when not in use.

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