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Maxx Unveils HD Plasma and Projector

Redwood City, CA--Maxx is now shipping its new 5050 50-inch plasma display (MSRP $8,995) and the Mustang II Pluss video projector (MSRP $7,995).

Redwood City, CA–Maxx is now shipping its new 5050 50-inch plasma display (MSRP $8,995) and the Mustang II Pluss video projector (MSRP $7,995).

The Maxx 5050 High Definition (HD) plasma display features an onboard HD TV tuner, 3.5-inch-thin body and 50-inch screen with a native 16:9 aspect ratio and 1366 x 768 resolution. Its also offers a contract ratio of 3000:1 and viewing angle of over 160-degrees.

“Maxx combines innovation, elegance, performance and value delivering one of the industry’s most compelling product lines in the home theater market,” said Maxx Products president, Scot Kenney. “The new 5050 and Mustang II Pluss offer high-performance HD visual solutions in Plasma or projector applications immersing the viewer in an incredibly realistic visual experience.”

Maxx is also introducing its new Mustang II Pluss DLP Projector. Featuring a native 16:9, high resolution of 1280 x 720, the Mustang II Pluss also offers an ultra-bright bulb and 2000:1 contrast ratio. It also comes equipped with HD-2 Double Data Rate DLP technology, 3:2 + 2:2 pull down and a seven-segment color wheel. The expanded set of connections includes DVI, BNC, component, RCA-type jack and S-Video (plus a dual 12 volt trigger relay and RS-232 controls).

Additional features include an economy mode that extends bulb life to 3000 hours vertical lens shift, keystone vertical/horizontal, power zoom and focus, and a throw ratio of 1.6 to 2.7 times the width of the screen. The Mustang II Pluss is also HDCP compliant to insure future accessibility to protected digital content. Accessories include a lens cap, wireless remote control and video cables.

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