Italian SIM2 introduced a new high-end home cinema projector with the Grand Cinema C3X 1080.
The SIM2 C3X 1080 is one of the first to utilize the latest DarkChip 4 chip from Texas Instruments.
“In 2005, the original C3X model revolutionized the home theater market,” says SIM2 USA president Giorgio Corazza. “For 2007, we are taking the C3X concept to the next performance level. The new C3X 1080, as its name suggests, is a full HD 1080p projector, but shares the same compact form factor as the original. It is totally unique to SIM2.”
The three-chip SIM2 design further exploits improved all-glass optics in SIM2’s proprietary ALPHAPATH light engine to form a system that is able to deliver full-HD.
The new SIM2 high-end home cinema projector features a contrast ratio of >10,000:1, two selectable HDMI inputs (both fully HDCP-compliant), as well as inputs for legacy formats component-, S-, and composite-video, as well as RGB connection.
In the best SIM2 tradition, the 17-inch-square, 22-pound C3X 1080 is housed in a high-gloss sculpted cabinet designed by Giorgio Revoldini with the company’s trademark, flowing lines.
You can get the new Grand Cinema C3X 1080 in High-gloss Gunmetal (standard), Black, Red, and Gold color.
SIM2 starts to ship the C3X 1080 in November for $29,995.
Via the SIM2 site.
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