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Audio Plus’ DreamVision Dream’E Projector

Las Vegas, NV — DreamVision, which is distributed by Audio Plus Services, is debuting a new projector at CES, called the Dream’E (MSRP $5,295). It is designed as an affordable, high-performance model that integrates many of the latest technologies available on the market, such as 1080p resolution (1920×1080 3-LCOS engine), integrated 2.35 Theatre Mode and HDMI 1.3 connections.

The new three-chip system utilized on the Dream’E features a trio of 1080p Full-HD panels at a native resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Using the latest technological innovations, DreamVision engineers have achieved a breathtaking 15,000:1 contrast ratio through an improved light engine.

The projector’s ultra-stylish chassis was created by French designer, Antoine Beon, also known in home theater for his designs with DreamBee and Focal. A contemporary work of art, Dream’E comes standard in black or white and is available to order in a rainbow of high gloss colors to suit any fine interior.

According to Daniel Jacques, founder and president of Audio Plus Services, “What sets DreamVision apart is their unique blend of latest display technologies with high quality materials, attention to detail and striking European design. The result is astonishing, especially for a DreamVision projector at such an affordable price point. Dream’E clearly represents one of the best values in video today.”

The demanding videophile will be especially pleased by DreamVision’s new Color Management System designed for advanced users and installers. Primary and secondary colors can be set independently to obtain the desired effect on the projected screen beyond the DreamVision D65 calibration.

While the Dream’E is a turn-key, single-box solution, it is also available with the optional Wide System or 2.35 Theater System kits that will accommodate the most demanding installations. By featuring a true Cinemascope projection (2.35:1 to 2.50:1 native aspect ratio), the user can simply switch between HDTV and Cinemascope with the touch of a button. The throw ratio is 1.75-2.53:1.

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:

  • Digital noise reduction
  • Mosquito noise reduction
  • Digital transition improvement
  • Detail enhancement
  • Automatic film and video mode detection
  • Color Management System for color calibration.

In addition to its impressive performance, the Dream’E is also a snap to install. The input panel, concealed on the side of the projector, offers quick access to a wide array of connections. The 1.5X zoom, combined with a variable electronic lens aperture, allows for perfect adjustment in virtually any residential installation.
The Dream’E will accommodate almost any kind of setup thanks to the -60/+60 percent vertical shift and the -30/+30 percent horizontal shift, seconded by the crisp, high quality Keystone -30/+30 percent vertical and horizontal adjustments. In essence, the vertical and horizontal lens shift can solve any challenging configuration.

Key Features of the Dream’E:

  • 2.35 Theater Mode with optional Wide System Kit
  • 1080p24 format for a smooth, true cinema-like motion
  • Improved Light Engine to achieve 15,000:1 native contrast
  • Advanced color management system
  • Ease of installation, versatile for wide variety of installations
  • Custom high-gloss colors available in addition to black or white