MAXX 1400 LCOS Projector

Next generation of LCOS technology provides high-resolution video images with no visible pixilation


Next generation of LCOS technology provides high -resolution video images with no visible pixilation

Redwood City, CA…July 2003 - MAXX Products introduces the MAXX 1400, a video projector with a native resolution of 1400 x 1050 the highest resolution video projector under $50,000 (a pixel pitch that is 4X closer than other projectors in its class).

Digital image technology converts 1125i signals to 1125p to reproduce HDTV on DVI images with high resolution. A 2 -3 Pull Down De -interlacer optimizes DVD pictures by reconstructing the original progressive video.

The projector has a manual focus 2:1 - 2:6 zoom lens, and features true 800:1 contrast and true 1600 Ansi brightness. Inputs consist of composite, S -Video, component, D -Sub 15pin, BNC, and DVI.

Top mounted controls allow for switching between video signals, horizontal/vertical keystone correction, and menu selections - - which includes selectable color temperatures.

An infrared remote is standard, with a wireless projector adapter available as an option.

About MAXX Products

MAXX products is redefining the home theater experience with an unconditional guarantee of excellence in manufacturing cutting edge technology for Plasma TV displays, LCD TV displays, LCOS & DLP Projectors, video processors, DVD players, line conditioners, and a series of high end cables designed for creating the complete home theater solution. MAXX products come with 25 years experience manufacturing and selling video products as a division of VPW LLC. The company's mission is to create and bring the next generation of high -end products to the home theater user without the high -end cost.

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