Remember that Digital Projection model we told you about two weeks ago? Yes, it’s the one that can display ultra-widescreen images in 1080p natively—without an additional lens or other contraption.
We went to see it in person at the DPI booth, and Mike Bridwell shared a little more about the product and why it’s so different from other projectors on the market. As he explains in the video below, wait for the finger snap to see how quickly the system responds automatically when fed a 2.35:1 signal.
For more on home theater projectors showcased at this year’s CEDIA Expo, go here.
Grant Clauser has been covering home electronics for more than 10 years with editorial roles in several consumer and trade magazines. He's done ISF-level damage to hundreds of reviewed products and has had training from THX, the Home Acoustics Alliance, Control4 and Sencore. His latest book is Necessary Myths. Follow him on Twitter @geclauser.
Don't miss a single cool home. Sign up today to receive your FREE weekly e-mail newsletter.
Paradigm Launches Soundtrack 2 Bluetooth Soundbar with Subwoofer
The 6-driver Paradigm soundbar includes Bluetooth with aptX streaming and several audio modes.
Audio System Gets Extreme Whole House Makeover
HomeSeer Makes a Tabletop Smart Home Touchscreen for Android Users
Crestron Ships HD-XSPA 7.1 AV Receiver for Home Theater and More
What’s the Best Home Control System?
High-performance audio upgrades topped this homeowner’s renovation and home automation to-do list.
Boston Brownstone Goes from Barebones to Brimming with Technology
“Feel” the Music in This NY Brownstone with Dynamic Home Automation
Home Theater on the High Seas
Home Gets Audio and Automation Right Indoors and Out