DreamVision Adds Two New HD Projectors

Audio Plus Services, the North American importer/distributor of premium products for the audio, video, and home theater markets, is offering two new HD projectors from Dream Vision: Starlight1 ($6995 MSRP) and Starlight2 ($9495 MSRP). These new models integrate many of the latest video technologies such as 1080p res
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Audio Plus Services, the North American importer/distributor of premium products for the audio, video, and home theater markets, is offering two new HD projectors from Dream Vision: Starlight1 ($6995 MSRP) and Starlight2 ($9495 MSRP).

These new models integrate many of the latest video technologies such as 1080p resolution (1920x1080 3-LCOS engine), integrated 2.35:1 cinemascope mode and HDMI 1.3 connections. Starlight1 and Starlight2 are available for immediate delivery.

A new three-chip system, utilized on the Starlight1 and Starlight2, features a trio of 1080p Full-HD panels at a native resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. Using the latest technological innovations, DreamVision has achieved an impressive 32,000:1 (Starlight1) and 50,000:1 (Starlight2) contrast ratio through an improved light engine. This is approximately twice the amount of DreamVision’s previous generation of HD projectors.

The Crystal Motion algorithm is a frame interpolation method designed to bring an immersive experience to sport, concerts, TV shows. The picture becomes dramatically realistic and three-dimensional, without motion blur or artifacts.

While the Starlight is a turn-key, single-box solution, it is also available with the DreamVision’s optional Wide System or 2.35:1Theater System kits.

Starlight1 comes with eight preset Picture Modes that the installer or user can modify according to their preference. On Starlight2, a ninth Picture Mode has been added and optimized for movie watching in a dedicated dark cinema room. An Expert Calibration Menu (via RS232) and CMS functions (Color Management System for color calibration) are accessible for advanced installers of Starlight2.

The built-in video processor is powered by HQV technologies, featuring the latest video quality enhancements to make any video source, from 480i to 1080p, look like pristine Full-HD native resolution. To download a brochure on these projectors, click here.

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