Digital Projection International (DPI), Texas Instruments’ first DLP® partner and the original innovator of the 3-chip DLP® projector, proudly introduces the new M-Vision Cine 260-HB, a high brightness 1080p platform with the imaging fidelity of Texas Instruments’ DLP® technology. The single chip M-Vision Cine 260-HB adds a remarkably affordable, high-lumen line of 1920 x 1080 displays to DPI’s already extensive single-chip product line.
The imagery benefits associated with the M-Vision are plentiful, including an expanded color gamut range and bold 3500 lumens. For any commercial venue, including those contending with high ambient light, the Cine 260-HB offers bright, saturated color. Augmenting these benefits is the incredible efficiency of the single lamp, meaning the Cine 260-HB produces the beautiful imagery while consuming a fraction of the wattage of similar products.
It should also be noted that the (.73) fixed lens has NO LENS SHIFT since it is meant as an on-axis or center of the screen lens best suited for rear screen projection applications only. Connectivity includes two HDMI inputs, as well as RGB via D-15, component, composite and S-Video inputs.
Providing a bright, saturated image from a small-form single-chip display, the M-Vision Cine 260-HB presents a powerful yet remarkably affordable solution for a variety of commercial and home entertainment applications, including:
• Media rooms and home theaters
• Training and Education
• Boardrooms and conference centers
• Visualization/simulation environments
• Retail and entertainment
• Digital media/advertising and hospitality
As is the case with all Digital Projection displays, our careful engineering guarantees the M-Vision Cine 260-HB provides remarkable contrast and color saturation for years to come. Equally important, our legacy in superior customer and technical services assures our experienced support staff is always available to address your needs.
Notes Regarding M-Vision Lens Shift for 1.56 - 1.86:1 lens
Vertical Lens Shift:
The 109-658 Lens (1.56 - 1.86 : 1) provides the ability to install the projector up to 17% of the image height above the top of the screen or up to 17% of the image height below the bottom of the screen, while keeping the projector perpendicular lens to the screen. Keeping the projector lens perpendicular to the screen assures correct optical geometry.
If additional vertical shift is required, the projector can be tilted accordingly. Please note – tilting any projector, such that it is not perpendicular to the screen, introduces keystone, and keystone causes the widths of the top and bottom of the image to be different. The smaller image width dictates the throw ratio, and as a result, when projector tilt is employed, a correlated decrease in throw ratio will result. Thus, please calculate throw ratios and select lenses carefully when employing projector tilt in installations.
Depending on the amount of tilt and the content to be displayed, small keystone errors can hidden by over-scanning the image on the screen. If the amount of vertical tilt and the resulting keystone are significant, or if the customer simply does not want to lose any image content by over-scanning the screen, keystone can be removed by utilizing an external scaler with keystone correction.
Horizontal Lens Shift:
Using the 109-658 Lens (1.56 - 1.86 : 1) provides the ability to install the projector horizontally off axis up to 15% of the image width Left or Right of the bore sight (center of screen), while keeping the projector lens perpendicular to the screen. As with vertical shift, keeping the projector lens perpendicular to the screen assures correct optical geometry.
If the projector is installed such that maximum vertical shift is employed, horizontal shift is limited to 12.5 % of the image width Left or Right of the bore sight (center of screen), while keeping the projector perpendicular to the screen.
*It should be noted that the (.73) fixed lens has NO LENS SHIFT since it is meant as an on-axis or center of the screen lens best suited for rear screen projection applications only. Connectivity includes two HDMI inputs, as well as RGB via D-15, component, composite and S-Video inputs.