Atlanta – Home theater projector manufacturer
and high-end LCD TV resource
are announcing at CEDIA Expo
Thursday that they have entered a partnership to develop and deliver
high-performance, home theater-grade projectors for the custom installation
The first projector to be released under the partnership is the
ProVu P2 Powered by Vivitek (Vivitek base model H9080HD LED).
The P2 (H9080HD LED projector) feature a Texas Instruments’
DarkChip 4 Premium Spec DLP chip, a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, 800 lumens of
brightness, professional grade optics (including long-, short- and anamorphic
lens options), ISF calibration support, full HD 1080p (1,920 by 1080)
resolution and Gennum’s VXP image processing technology.
The LED light source is estimated to provide more than 20,000
hours of operating life in normal viewing conditions. Vivitek said that equates
to running a traditional projector 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for just over two
years without changing a lamp.
The Luminus PhlatLight RGB LED module replaces the traditional
lamp and color wheel system, while increasing picture quality, expands the
color spectrum and extends product life.
“We’re pleased to be working with Vivitek on this latest venture
to provide quality, high-performance home theater projectors,” stated David Hester,
NuVision vice chairman. “This
partnership will allow NuVision to continue to expand its best-in-class home
cinema solutions. And with UHP single
chip in 3D and UHP 3-chip on the roadmap, there is a real commitment to stay at
the forefront of excellence. The ProVu
P2 Powered by Vivitek is also covered by NuVision’s unparalleled service with a
three-year warranty on parts and labor and an annual maintenance visit.”
“Vivitek is delighted to partner with NuVision to give discerning
home theater aficionados not only high-quality projectors, but also a high
level of service and support through the NuVision specialy dealer channel,”
said Rick Nguyen, Vivitek general manager and senior VP. “Demanding fans and consumers want the best
and together, NuVision and Vivitek are in a great position to provide it. As a
manufacturer of a wide-range of projectors, we look forward to offering the
home theater market innovative products through NuVision.”
With a built-in 1.3x zoom with manual lens shift (+/-120% vertical
and +/-30% horizontal), the ProVu P2 Powered by Vivitek allows installers to
create the perfect image for their customers.
Also included is a Dynamic Iris HDMI 1.3a, RS-232c (NuControl),
component, composite, S-video, VGA and BNC connections.
In other introductions, Vivitek will use its first CEDIA
appearance to introduce two new 1080p DLP projectors including the H9030FD LED
extreme short-throw projector and the D8300 large-venue crossover projector.
They will be added to models will complement the current 1080p
models consisting of the entry-level H1080FD, H1082, H1085; mid-level
professional grade models, the H5080, H5082 and H5085; and high-end LED model
“Vivitek has a complete line of 1080p-based home theater and
large venue models for the custom installation market,” said Christopher Yang, Vivitek
senior product manager. “We know that
picture quality, performance and even versatility are key factors for home
theater enthusiasts. Our family of
projectors incorporates the latest color and video processing technologies to
ensure unsurpassed images on a big screen.”
The H9030FD, slated to ship in the summer of 2011 at a price to
be announced, will be 3D ready and features a 20,000-hour LED lamp source, a 50,000:1
contrast ratio, 1,000 ANSI lumens brightness, DLP and BrilliantColor
technologies, three HDMI v1.3 inputs, VGA input, composite video input, S-video
input, and component video input,
The D8300 features: 6,,500 lumens
of brightness, a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, DLP and BrilliantColor technologies,
Gennum advanced image processing, three HDMI inputs, a BNC input, one set of
component video iputs, composite video, and an RS-232c control port.
It includes a built-in 1.3x zoom with manual lens shift (+/-120%
vertical and +/-30% horizontal) and will ship in the fall of 2011 at a price to