Runco’s VX-33i and VX-33d DLP home cinema projectors and the QuantumColor Q-750i and Q-750d lampless LED home theater projectors have each received THX Display certification.
Runco’s QuantumColor Q-750i Projector
The goal of THX certification, which was founded by filmmaker George Lucas, is to recreate the power and performance of the cinema in a home theater.
“We are thrilled to partner with Runco for these newest high-performance projection systems, including the world’s first THX Certified LED projectors,” THX senior vice president Rick Dean said. “THX testing and certification aims to reproduce the detailed images, accurate colors, and deep black levels found in the filmmaker’s studio, ensuring Runco projectors can deliver stunning visual experiences that are true to director’s vision.”
The Runco VideoXtreme VX-33i and VX-33d home cinema projectors feature a three-chip DLP light engine with 1080p SuperOnyx DMD, and Runco-proprietary Vivix video processing and scaling. Runco says that utilizing proprietary O-Path technology and Imaging Science Foundation (ISF) calibration standards ensures that light is efficiently culminated in the VX-33i and VX-33d to project ultra-high resolution and brightness.
The QuantumColor lampless LED projectors were designed to maximize the benefits of Runco’s new InfiniLight illumination technology and pair it with proprietary engineering to create energy-efficient home theater projectors. According to the company, QuantumColor projectors produce “immeasurable” black/white contrast and deliver definitive ColorContrast.