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Digital Projection Launches New High Brightness, High Value 3-Chip Display at InfoComm 2011

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ATLANTA, GA – InfoComm 2011 – Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, announces the launch of the high brightness, high value HIGHlite Cine 330 projector. This compact single lamp 4,500 lumen platform incorporates native 1920 x 1080 (1080p) resolution, bright, sharp optics and plentiful lens shift to suit a wide range of display applications. Additionally compelling, the HIGHlite Cine 330 delivers brilliant image fidelity through DPI’s expert implementation of Texas Instruments’ 3-chip DLP® technology. Conservatively priced for such an advanced and capable 3-chip DLP display, the HIGHlite Cine 330 continues DPI’s legacy of delivering powerful and efficient displays for every venue.

The HIGHlite Cine 330 makes 3-chip DLP® performance available in a compact, cost effective chassis that produces dazzlingly bright, saturated images through powerful video processing. The compact and ultra quiet HIGHlite Cine 330 boasts 1080p resolution, integrated electronics and a straightforward user interface, rendering the product a perfect solution for installations where simplicity and imaging quality are paramount. When considered in conjunction with the existing 3,500 lumen HIGHlite Cine 260 and the brand new 8,000 lumen HIGHlite Cine 660, the HIGHlite series of precision displays is quickly becoming a commanding array of 3-chip solutions for both commercial and residential venues.

The new capabilities perfectly complement other legacy characteristics that have made DPI’s precision displays the go-to standard demanding venues for almost 15 years. With a light output of 4,500 lumens, the new HIGHlite Cine 330 projectors offer a powerful yet cost-effective imaging solution for a wide variety of commercial applications. Features include DPI’s ColorMax™ calibration technology, the most flexible color management system available today. ColorMax™ serves as a powerful color calibration tool, whether the installation calls for a single projector or an array of projectors in tiled or blended configuration. Augmenting the advanced operability is the HIGHlite Cine 330′s remarkable range of lens shift, allowing for broad installation flexibility, aided by a selection of wide fixed and zoom lenses with throw ratios ranging from .77 to 6.76:1.

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