UK's high-end home entertainment company introduces the new Meridian MF10 DILA 1080p Projector at the 2008 Electronic House Expo (EHX), held March 11th-15th in Orlando, Florida.
The new Meridian MF10 uses the latest-generation D-ILA light-engine technology, in a maximum-performance three-chip 1080p array.
Based upon an all-new, 0.7-inch DILA device, the MF10 produces industry-best black levels (in excess of 30,000:1 native contrast ratio) without the use of a servo iris.
The Meridian MF10 features a 16-element, all-glass lens. This ensures sharp, fully focused imaging across the entire screen, edge to edge and top to bottom. Its 2x zoom delivers a large, bright image even in smaller environments with curtailed throw-distance dimensions, delivering image size from 60 to 200 inches. Like Meridian's MF1 projector, the MF10 will feature the optional 2.35:1 (Cinemascop) conversion kit from lab-quality optics maker Schneider.
The Meridian MF10 incorporates powerful DSP for high-performance video processing, including deinterlacing and image scaling, making it a virtually plug-and-play solution for high-end, full-HD image reproduction.
For installations requiring a range of fully state-of-the-technology abilities, the MF10's pixel-for-pixel unprocessed mode is tailor made to work in tandem with Meridian's newest digital video processor, the DVP2351.
For its part, the DVP2351 is specifically engineered to deliver maximum performance when paired with the new Meridian projector, or with an equivalent model of similar potential. The DVP2351 provides a full range of inputs including 4 HDMI ultra-high-bandwidth 1080p paths, with flexible switching and a host of input/output aspect ratio options, taking full advantage of its powerful scaling/deinterlacing digital-video processing abilities.
Meridian is offering the MF10 Digital Projector and DVP2351 Digital Video individually. Both models are available immediately. The MSRP of the MF10 projector is $14,995. The DVP2351 processor has a price-tag of $3,995.
Via the Meridian site.
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