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SIM2 Unveils NERO 120 Hz 3D Projectors

SIM2 will commence the worldwide launch of its new NERO projector series at CEDIA EXPO, as part of the company’s “15 for 15” yearlong event.     The new line of premium single-chip DLP projectors will make its world debut at the show, as part of SIM2’s 15th-anniversary celebrations. “We hav
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SIM2 will commence the worldwide launch of its new NERO projector series at CEDIA EXPO, as part of the company’s “15 for 15” yearlong event.

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The new line of premium single-chip DLP projectors will make its world debut at the show, as part of SIM2’s 15th-anniversary celebrations.

“We have 15 new models at CEDIA EXPO 2011. All are expected to cause a sensation when they are unveiled,” said Alberto Fabiano, executive VP of SIM2 USA. “Our NERO line will be one of the star attractions for visitors to the show. There is nothing like it on the market, making it a truly innovative projector series.”

SIM2’s engineers have designed a flexible platform — NERO 3D-1, NERO 3D-2, NERO 3D-HighBrightness and NERO 235 — that will offer consumers four different feature sets, depending on model: 3D, high brightness, high contrast, and 2.35:1 aspect ratio. The NERO line shares many of the technical attributes of the LUMIS 3D SOLO 3-chip series.

The precision glass optics of its ALPHAPATH light engine, the sophisticated electronics platform, and the latest DLP chipset, together create images with enhanced clarity and color accuracy, and are designed for use in Reference Home Theaters, Media Rooms and Family or Game Rooms, according to the company.

For ease of installation, a choice of three high quality glass lenses (T1, T2 and T3) is available for the NERO line, giving the projectors a total throw ratio of 1.37-3.9:1. These lenses are part of SIM2’s Unified Throw Ratio concept, which makes specifying and upgrading within the SIM2 line simpler. To aid calibration SIM2’s Live Colors Calibration 2.0 software allows complete control over primary, secondary, and white-point color coordinates in both 2D and 3D, enabling experts to accurately calibrate the final image on-screen via a user-friendly PC-based interface.

Manufacturer’s suggested retail pricing for the SIM2 NERO line starts at $19,900.

Visit SIM2 at booth 5241, CEDIA EXPO, for a demonstration of the NERO and learn more about the 2011 anniversary collection.

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