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Enhance communication with SIM2 SUPERLUMIS PRO professional cinema projector

Sunrise, FL—February, 2014: SIM2 USA, the sister company of SIM2 Multimedia, the Italian manufacturer known worldwide for innovation and video performance, takes the visual experience to the next level with the introduction of the SUPERLUMIS PRO: the new 3D active, 3-chip DLP® projector designed for professional-quality cinema performance and uncompromised image quality.

SIM2 has developed a new electronics platform, PROSIM2, designed to raise the already outstanding performance of the SUPERLUMIS to new levels with very stable and robust software.

SUPERLUMIS PRO has been designed based on the needs of the professional market for easy serviceability and extended product lifetime backed up by reliability and high performance.

Thanks to its wired connections, SUPERLUMIS PRO makes it easy to future-proof your investment by offering full firmware and software upgrades, as well as real-time adjustments and monitoring regardless of geographic location. You no longer have to be in your theater to know that the projector is running well.

SUPERLUMIS PRO is an intelligent device that monitors its own internal parameters and health status and securely shares that data with the outside world of SIM2 service centers, thereby providing customers with more control over assets and time.

Prominent features include: a new, high-power (350W), dimmable lamp and lamp driver that delivers up to 5,000 ANSI lumens on-screen; increased detail, thanks to an impressively high contrast ratio of >30,000:1 (in 2D mode); new Color Management software; and SIM2 Professional Customer Care.

And, to tailor your SUPERLUMIS PRO to your specific needs, the projector features two optional “outside-the-box” system design options: the SIM2 Sliding Filter System (SFS) and the SIM2 Integrated probe feedback system (SIM2 AUTOCAL®). The SFS by SIM2 allows the SUPERLUMIS PRO to become an incredibly versatile instrument that can meet different color-reproduction requirements—such as Home Cinema, DCI, or even other applications—in situations where dedicated color reproduction is the key technical factor. The professional probe interfaced system (SIM2 AUTOCAL®) uses Color Auto-calibration, Ambient Light and Ambient Color Compensation, and Background Light Measure for an onscreen image quality that remains constant despite changes in ambient light.

The SUPERLUMIS PRO will be available (US only) by the end of February, in a striking soft-touch, matte-black finish. Prices start at $65,000.

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