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Dwin's New 16:9 720P High Definition Projector Featuring DLP™ Technology

Press Release  |  Sep 3, 2002

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - DWIN Electronics, a leader in the design and manufacturing of high-end, high performance consumer and professional video projectors, announces the introduction of a new 16:9 720p High Definition projector system featuring DLP™ technology in booth SR3 at this year's CEDIA Expo. The TransVision™ TV2 combines the new 1280 x 720 DMD from Texas Instruments with DWIN's exceptional video processing electronics and digital home theater features, making the TV2 the definitive choice for home theater enthusiasts and video professionals. Designed to be the visual centerpiece of the ultimate High Definition digital home theater, the DWIN TransVision™ TV2 is a combination of two complementary components, a 16:9 DLP™ technology-based projector and a video controller. The TransVision™ controller accepts video signals from virtually all video sources and the DLP™ technology-based projector provides stunning high definition film-like images. Movie theater realism is achieved with DWIN's acclaimed video signal processing. Deep black levels and natural color reproduction are secured with precision gray scale settings and gamma selections; motion artifacts are reduced with Adaptive Film Mode processing; picture depth is increased with Signal Dynamic Range Expansion; and most importantly, all of these are performed automatically.

The TransVision™ TV2 offers a host of proprietary home theater features including: Automatic Aspect Ratio Recognition, which determines whether a DVD recording is anamorphic letterbox and Automatic Image Setup and Scaling, which determines input video signal type and controls image and scaling parameters. And unlike other projection systems with outboard processors, the TV2 eliminates the double processing of the video signal, delivering a video image free of degradation. The video controller, can be conveniently located at the video sources, accepts a total of nine video inputs - two composite, two S-video, three component, and two RGBS - and delivers the video signals to the projector via a single RGB cable.

Designed to fit the most demanding installations, the TransVision™ TV2 can be ceiling or floor mounted and configured for front or rear projection. The precision Carl-Zeiss™ zoom lens allows throw distances ranging from 1.41 to 2.1 times the screen width, to cover a wide range of screen sizes and a lens shift feature to adjust the projection offset from lens level to 40% of the picture height. A full-featured backlit universal remote control offers access to the easy-to-use, on-screen menu for all the TV2's functions and features. The system can also be controlled from its front panel or trough its RS-232 input, from a home theater control computer or home automation system.

For the ultimate High Definition digital home theater, DWIN's TransVision™ TV2 provides natural color reproduction, automatic image setup, aspect ratio recognition, custom source memories, low acoustical noise and a host of other home theater features that makes the TV2 the intelligent choice.

DWIN is located at 710 North Mariposa Street, Burbank CA 91506, (818) 239-1500. Visit us on the web: