Designed for exceptional performance in commercial environments, DP’s state-of-the-art TITAN 41000 and M-Vision 27000 bring world-first capabilities to the high-end projection market.
(Kennesaw, Georgia) May 24, 2023 – Digital Projection pushes the imaging envelope with the introduction at InfoComm 2023 of two new laser projectors. For budget-sensitive applications, the M-Vision 27000 WU boasts an unprecedented 27,000 ISO lumens output and 10,000:1 contrast ratio, offering systems integrators a large-screen imaging solution with near 3-chip performance at a 1-chip price point. The new member of the DP’s legendary TITAN family, the TITAN 41000 delivers up to 47,000 lumens at WUXGA and 41,000 lumens at 4K-UHD. Both the M-Vision 27000 and the TITAN 41000 incorporate Digital Projection’s ColorBoost+Red Laser technology that utilizes red lasers in combination with a traditional blue laser phosphor system to render brilliant, vibrant colors.
TITAN 41000 4K UHD Laser Projector
Built into the TITAN 41000 4K UHD (3840×2160) projector chassis are several leading-edge technologies that make it a choice imaging solution for higher-end large venue applications such as auditoriums, performing arts centers, visitor attraction venues, houses of worship, and rental and staging.
The new TITAN family represents a huge leap forward over the popular current models, with many aspects completely reimagined and re-designed for greater efficiency and smaller size. It is 15% more efficient than its predecessor and other projectors, based on lumens-per-watt output. This reaffirms the TITAN’s green credentials along with its already legendary status as a projection powerhouse. An extended 40,000 hours illumination lifetime in ECO mode and a dust-proof, filterless design enables the TITAN 41000 to operate 24×7 with minimal maintenance.
All of these cutting-edge features have been engineered by DP into a compact chassis that’s 13.3% smaller, 7.4% lighter, 3dBA quieter, and 27% brighter than the original TITAN model. These improvements regain TITAN’s position as the smallest, lightest, brightest, and quietest projector in its class.
In addition to these design enhancements, DP integrated a host of new video processing features into the TITAN 4100 for greater installation ease and improved performance. Features such as source redundancy provide peace of mind for critical live events while flexible geometry adjustments enable intuitive correction via a PC or remote control.
Particularly beneficial for blended multi-projector applications is the TITAN 41000’s new Brightness Sync feature. The TITAN’s embedded sensors monitor and automatically adjust the brightness of each individual projector to ensure that each image is perfectly matched.
At InfoComm DP demonstrates the imaging capabilities of the TITAN 41000 4K-UHD by pairing it with a 10-foot-wide projection screen in an ultra-short-throw projection configuration.
M-Vision 27000 WUXGA Laser Projector
Also exhibiting a major performance upgrade is the M-Vision 27000 WU (1920×1200). It embodies many of the same features as the TITAN 41000 but in a super-bright, budget-friendly 1-chip DLP package. Outputting 27,000 ISO lumens, it is the brightest single-chip laser projector on the market which enables it to excel in environments with high ambient light. Following the design ethos of the TITAN, it too is 14.8% brighter and 9.2% lighter than its predecessor, with environmental considerations taken into account at every stage for a 23.8% improvement in light output efficiency over the previous M-Vision model.
The addition of ColorBoost + Red Laser technology enables the M-Vision 27000 to produce realistic and saturated colors at previously unreachable luminance levels, and a 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio to deliver deep blacks.
A complete suite of professional lenses available for the M-Vision 27000 now includes a brand-new 0.38:1 UST lens. Boasting exceptional vertical shift, the new lens enables even greater installation flexibility in tight spaces.
Rounding out the capabilities of the M-Vision 27000 are features usually reserved for high-end 3-chip products, such as Source Redundancy, Brightness Sync, and Auto White Balance Correction, meaning this is one of the most capable, flexible single-chip DLP projectors on the market today.
At InfoComm 2023 DP pairs the M-Vision 27000 with a projection screen oriented vertically to convey the installation flexibility of this new projector, particularly for the unique video requirements of commercial environments such as retail and hospitality.
Where to See DP’s New Laser Projectors
InfoComm 2023 attendees can see DP’s new cutting-edge laser projectors and LED displays at booth #3029.
About Digital Projection International
Founded in 1989, Digital Projection International has been instrumental in the development and application of Digital Light Processing™ (DLP) technology by Texas Instruments for projection systems. Digital Projection introduced the world’s first 3-chip DLP® projector in 1997 and has since delivered expert system engineering and world-class customer services, thus maintaining its position as a digital imaging pioneer. Digital Projection’s ground-breaking projection research and development has garnered the admiration of industry professionals around the world. This has earned the company many awards, including two Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Digital Projection remains the first and only projector manufacturer to win the coveted award.
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