Mitsubishi recently unveiled its latest 1080p HC6000 Projector at CEDIA 2007. The latest model is a successor to award winning HC5000 Projector designed to perform seamlessly with the latest Blu-ray or HD DVD technology. It features HQV (Hollywood Quality Video) high-performance video processor, 1000 ANSI lumens brightness, up to 5000 hours of lamp-life (in low mode), an improved auto iris function for quicker black to light imaging and contrast ratio 13,000:1 for great precision.
A true digital-to-digital link between the projector and its image sources can be made via two HDMI connectors equipped in the projector. Reon-VX’s HQV processing makes it possible to deliver sharp and detailed HD images.
“Last year we took the high definition home theater market by storm with the HC5000,” said Wayne Kozuki, product manager, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Presentation Products Division. “The HC6000 continues the trend of the highest quality 1080p performance at an affordably low price.”
The design of Mitsubishi’s latest model makes it convenient to access lamp housing, users simply switch the lamps without taking the mounting structure apart and physically handling the projector. Mitsubishi HC6000 is a low-priced model destined to be available in October at an MSRP under $4000. Mitsubishi’s new HC6000 is backed by two-year limited warranty on parts and labor plus a 90-day limited warranty on the lamp.