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DIGITAL PROJECTION ANNOUNCES IT'S FIRST COMPACT, PROFESSIONAL SERIES DISPLAY, THE TITAN 6000SX+

KENNESAW, GA, (June 1, 2005)) - Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, announced the newest and smallest in its lineup of rugged, PROFESSIONAL SERIES displays, the 55 lb. (25 kg.) TITAN 6000sx+.

The twin-lamp TITAN 6000sx+ employs the latest in Texas Instruments' dark metal, 3-chip DLPTM technology. Compact, robustly built and ultra-quiet for its performance class, the TITAN can be ordered with DP's signature Pro Series rigging and stacking frame, which provides integrated pitch, roll and yaw adjustments. The new projector delivers 6000 lumens and 2000:1 contrast through native SXGA+ resolution of 1400 x 1050 pixels.

"The TITAN 6000sx+ is the natural progression of our flagship Professional Series displays." pronounced Eric Lardner, DPI's North American staging market manager. "When DPI first introduced the revolutionary design and capabilities of our LIGHTNING Pro and HIGHlite Pro projectors, we helped enable stagers and systems integrators with large venue projects to be more creative in how they apply projectors to achieve their display objectives. The TITAN 6000sx+ delivers that same Pro Series flexibility, but in a smaller yet still highly capable chassis. TITAN is the Pro Series product priced and sized for every venue and everyday use."

Other key features of the TITAN 6000sx+ include: · Seven user-selectable inputs, including HDCP compliant DVI and HD/SD-SDI · Seven-point color correction for broader color space and accurate color alignment · Xenon Color Mode - User selectable yellow notch filter and xenon-color mode processing, which enable the projector to closely replicate the spectral performance of a xenon lamp. · Class leading de-interlacing with SD and HD sources processed using auto 3:2 and 2:2 extraction · Minimal video delay from input to screen - as low as 1 frame, depending on source · Sealed optics to protect DMD's and other focal plane components from airborne contaminants · DMD'sTM which incorporate Texas Instruments' Fast Transition Pixel (FTP) technology, for smooth grey scale and improved contrast · Twin high intensity discharge lamps, which can be run individually or simultaneously, with typical life of 1500 hours per lamp · Extensive range of lenses, providing throw ratio's from .73:1 up to 7.3:1, all with vertical and horizontal lens shift capability

DPI will demonstrate the TITAN 6000sx+ at INFOCOMM 2005, June 8-10 in Las Vegas Nevada, booth 959. The new Pro series product will begin shipping in the second half of 2005.