Home Cinema Case Study

Home Cinema Projector

HIGHlite Projectors for the perfect Home Cinema Projector Solution

For a true cinematic experience, digital projection technology leads the way. For this reason, Dream Cinema, a Home Cinema specialist based in Hungary recently used a Digital Projection HIGHlite 660 projector in this impressive, classically styled home theatre.

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The Cinema room has seating for 6 viewers, and a screen size of 3.5 metres wide, so a high brightness, 3-Chip DLP projector was required to produce images that matched the stunning surroundings.

The projector had to be small, compact and quiet, so the HIGHlite 660 was the perfect choice.

Connectivity to a Kaleidescape was important, and the 1080p HIGHlite 660 was easily integrated along with a variety of other control systems.

At 8,000 Lumens and with a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, multiple inputs and 3D capable, the HIGHlite 660-3D also offers up to 4,000 hours lamp life, reducing the cost of ownership.

The projector boasts motorized Lens Shift, Zoom and Focus, allowing changes to be made to the set-up via a remote control without having the visit the projection room.

The 3D model supports all commercial and domestic 3D formats such as Frame Packing, Dual Pipe, Frame Sequential, Side By Side (half) and Top and Bottom ensuring that all 3D content will be compatible with this projector.

Home Cinema in Hungary

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Additional Technical Information
Fix frame, deluxe velvet screen is 3.5 m wide and has an aspect ratio of 2.35:1.
The fabric is a THX, ISF and JK certified, acoustically transparent, CineCurve Stewart Studiotek 130 G3.
Also using a Prismasonic motorized, remotely controlled anamorphic lens.

 

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We would like to thank Dream Cinema (Hungary) for the use of images used in this case study.