$12,000 Domino 80E Promises a Projector "Evolution" (and Empty Wallets)

If you are the kind of person who is willing to drop $12,000 on a projector, Sim2's new Domino 80E may be worth checking out. What does $12,000 buy you? Naturally, you will get 1080p —but the 80E also features UNISHAPE lamp technology that promises a "revolution in the reproduction of color and huge increases in both… » 12/10/07 6:40pm 12/10/07 6:40pm

Ultra High-End Sim2 Grand Cinema C3X 1080 Projector to Ship in November

Sim2, maker of high-end fancy pants projectors, will be one of the first manufacturers to release a model using the new DLP DarkChip 4 from Texas Instruments. And get this—three of those chips will be shining inside Sim2's Grand Cinema C3X 1080 projector, set to ship in November. Besides bringing you what the company… » 10/01/07 10:35am 10/01/07 10:35am

SIM2 HT3000E Projector Modulates Light With Millisecond Precision

Here's the new HT3000E 1080p DLP projector from home cinema gourmet house SIM2. Beyond looking great in Darth Vader's private screening room, the HT3000E comes with a technology called Unishape, which modulates the light intensity according to the image content "with millisecond precision, similar to a waveform… » 6/19/07 7:37am 6/19/07 7:37am

SIM2 Cinema Flex System Gives You True Cinemascope Pix, No Pixels Wasted

Here's an attachment for high-end projectors from SIM2 that will keep you from wasting pixels when you're displaying those ultra-wide letterboxed images. The Cinema Flex system uses a combination of lens and projector settings that let you see that whole 2.35:1 aspect ratio, using those pixels where they can do some… » 3/20/07 5:30pm 3/20/07 5:30pm

Sim2 Grand Cinema HT5000 1080p MoFo Projector, Cinema Scope, Too

Sim2 is teasing us with its three-chip Grand Cinema HT5000 1080p DLP projector, on its way to some ritzy home theater near you, if you're lucky. The three-chip monster is packing three Texas Instruments .95-inch 1080p DarkChip3 DLP chips that Sim2 says are capable of a 5000:1 contrast ratio, and you can order it with… » 9/11/06 12:45pm 9/11/06 12:45pm