SIM2 HT3000 HOST Projectors Lincoln NE

Grand Cinema HT30000 HOST, a well-known product in Lincoln, combines the flexibility of modular design with the video performance of the most recent DLP 1080p chipset within a compact cabinet and an outboard video input processor that connects via SIM2's three-line optical-digital High-Definition Optical Signal Transfer (HOST) system.

Schaefers T.V. + Appliance
(402) 464-8888
4700 R St Schaefers T.V. + Appliance
Lincoln, NE
 
Autosounds of Lincoln, Inc
(402) 466-4400
4720 O Street
Lincoln, NE
 
Digital Theater Experts, Inc.
(402) 488-4040
5601 O Street
Lincoln, NE
 
Home Theater Design
(402) 435-3663
3620 W. Plum St.
Lincoln, NE
 
The Sound Environment
(402) 423-3737
5600 South 59th Street, Suite 101
Lincoln, NE
 
Audio Tech
(402) 466-9090
4504 W Street Audio Tech
Lincoln, NE
 
Best Buy
(402) 464-1820
400 N 48TH ST
Lincoln, NE
 
True Power Electric
(402) 304-5182
3110 Shirley Court
Lincoln, NE
 
Quality Communications
(402) 441-4444
5930 South 57th Street, Suite A
Lincoln, NE
 
American Electronics
(402) 421-1222
5815 S. 58 ST. Suite B
Lincoln, NE
 

SIM2 HT3000 HOST Projectors

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Source: PRO AV News Service
Publication date: May 28, 2008

By ProAV Staff

SIM2 officials say the Grand Cinema HT30000 HOST combines the flexibility of modular design with the video performance of the most recent DLP 1080p chipset within a compact cabinet and an outboard video input processor that connects via SIM2's three-line optical-digital High-Definition Optical Signal Transfer (HOST) system.

"Our dealers asked for an elegant two-piece design," said SIM2 USA vice president Charlie Boornazian. "The HOST'S 10-bit video processor will feature six HDMI 1.3 inputs along with numerous component, composite, RGB, and S-Video inputs. All of these sources may now be more conveniently located in a rack or even out of sight if desired."

Boornazian said the HT3000 HOST delivers a high level of installation flexibility. A small diameter of fiber-optic cable provides a loss-less connection from the HOST to the projector, according to the company.

The two-piece system includes a 17-inch-square projector that weights about 24 pounds. Within a modern exterior by designer Giorgio Revoldini, the projector uses the latest-generation, 0.95-inch DLP DMD chip to deliver 1080p imaging. The SIM2 AlphaPath light engine's all-glass optics help ensure image accuracy. Integrated lens shift and digital keystone adjustment, wide-ranging picture-size possibilities (50 to 300 inches), and a choice of lenses for a broad throw ...

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