Wolf Cinema has released their latest 3D home projector, the SDC-15.
The SDC-15 3D home projector.
Known as “The Cub,” the projector is enabled for both 2D and 3D viewing. Suitable for theater screens up to 11-feet wide, the SDC-15 boasts a three-chip, D-ILA [Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier] light engine for ultra-high-fidelity 1080p viewing experiences. The SDC-15 will commence with first deliveries in July, and will be released at a North American Suggested Retail Price of $15,000.00.
“Since our inception three years ago, Wolf Cinema’s home theater projectors have earned their reputation for ultimate imaging excellence and product reliability,” said John Hunter, president of Sumiko/Wolf Cinema. “We’re excited to release another platform that will likely set new standards for true filmic 3D imaging experience in the home. We’ve all enjoyed the enhanced dimensional images as seen in Hollywood’s latest 3D releases, and we’re thrilled to be able to offer our valued Wolf Cinema clients a stellar product that meets -and even exceeds -those experiences in the home.”
The SDC-15 is built around a three-chip, D-ILA light engine. D-ILA is an advanced LCOS [Liquid Crystal on Silicon] technology from the Victor Company of Japan [JVC]. The system is complemented by advanced video processing algorithms, 99 custom memory calibration settings, plus a precision optics package.
The projector is hand-calibrated at the factory, and may be complemented by optional Wolf Cinema 3D shutter glasses and 3D signal emitters, plus the optional Wolf Cinema ProScaler for expanded connectivity. Like all Wolf projectors, the SDC-15 is designed with a highly-efficient thermal chassis for extended projector and lamp life. Multiple whisper fans help keep the light engine at optimum running temperatures by routing cooling air in a rear-to-front design, also facilitating a wider range of placement options for the custom installer.