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video projector

A device that displays video content for movies or data presentations. See front-projection TV and data projector.
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Projector: Biggest screens of all but rear projectors are expensive and front projectors need setting up in a home cinema.
According to HP, the sub-three pound front projector market is forecast to grow almost 130% annually between 2001 and 2004.
Pricing for the front projector segment of the database is $995, or $1,995 with quarterly updates.
The second type of front projector, one that in spite of its often sensational abilities will appeal to serious enthusiasts on a budget (well, on a semi-budget, at least), is the LCD type.
With a focus on providing consumers with superior entertainment experiences, this front projector is ideal for the dedicated home theater or viewing room and is a welcome addition to any home entertainment experience.
Standard equipment on this includes HID headlamps with popout washers, electrically-folding door mirrors, front projector fog lamps, CD player with MP3 facility, dual-zone climate control and cruise control, active front head restraints, dual-stage front airbags, side airbags and curtain airbags.
These devices are becoming as affordable as a front projector.
So you get a smaller rear spoiler, no window roof vane, debadged rear end, complete removal of all pink STi badges (apart from the steering wheel), silver alloys instead of gold, front projector foglamps and a Prodrive lower front grille.
Advanced Video Adjust - Available on the VSX-50 and up, Pioneer's new Advanced Video Adjust technology automatically optimizes video signals by the type of display (selected manually) connected to the receivers, such as Plasma, LCD and Front Projector.
Sony Electronics delivers a big screen experience with the debut of the VPL-HW50ES front projector.
MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA last week introduced its HC2000 front projector at the Infocomm 2004 Show in Atlanta.

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