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We're so spoiled these days that we expect a projector costing £3,500 to feature a 1080p resolution and a contrast ratio in the tens of thousands, rather than the 1280 x 720 native pixels and 4000:1 claimed by the ProjectionDesign Action! M20
BrilliantColor is not something PD has cobbled together over a weekend. In fact, the company claims to have developed it hand-in-hand with thecreator of DLP technology, Texas Instruments
Sadly, we're not all lucky enough to have rooms big enough to accommodate a projector. Or are we? For thanks to Norwegian projector specialist Projection Design, you can now buy the Action! Model Two Wide with its short-throw 1:1 lens
Given the price of UK houses these days, there are doubtless thousands of people with home cinema ambitions bigger than their small living rooms would seem to allow
With Sky HD showing all its HD stuff in 1080i and both HD DVD and Blu-ray discs delivering their first movies in 1080i/p, serious AV enthusiasts are being drawn ever more towards display devices with native pixel counts of 1920 x 1080
Since you can now get your hands on surprisingly good HD Ready DLPprojectors for under £2,000, we can't help but raise a question mark over the £3,500 price Norwegian outfit ProjectionDesign is asking for its Action! Model Two.
ProjectionDesign is hardly a household name in the UK. Which isn't surprising really, when you consider that a) it's a relatively new company based in Norway and b) as its name suggests, it's focused on just one, still-niche product area: front projectors.
Formed in 2001, ProjectionDesign might not have been around for long, but the quality of its products has already earned it a reputation many better-known AV companies would die for.