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SIM2 Starts SIRIO 2014 DLP Home Theater Projector at $20K
The new 3D-capable active single-chip DLP projector will start selling later this month.
February 12, 2014 by Rachel Cericola

Just days after SIM2 announced plans to release six new home theater projectors, the company is sneaking in another announcement—and it’s a big one.

At least, it’s for big rooms. The SIRIO 2014 edition is an upcoming 3D-capable active single-chip DLP projector that’s geared towards large spaces and even multiple screens.

The SIRIO 2014 boasts a new 350-watt dual-lamp design, better light-tuned optical elements, and 7,000 ANSI lumens. The latter means that the projector can deliver a brighter viewing experience during the day, without the screen reflection you might get from a flat panel. It can also light up a very large projection screen for a theater or custom media room.

Other features include Perfect Fit technology, full remote IP management, total IP upgrading and control, IP remote service and check, and auto-calibration via a high-precision probe (SIM2 AUTOCAL). Also worth noting is that the SIRIO 2014 can be integrated into any room or stacked, thanks to a choice of five lenses. The standard, short fixed lens can deliver a throw ratio of 0.77:1, with the optional four long-throw ratio lenses ranging from 1.21 to 6.97:1.

Featuring a matte black finish, the SIRIO 2014 will start shipping at the end of February. It will come with a standard lens and a starting price of $20,000.

Also Check Out:
SIM2 Debuts 6 Home Theater Projectors in Grand Cinema Series
SIM2 Puts 2D and 3D Projection into Crystal Cube
Where Are the 4K Home Theater Projectors?

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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