CinemaQuest, Inc., of Denver, Colorado, has received the 2005 DisplayMate Best Video Hardware Guide, Five-Star Award from DisplayMate Technologies for their Ideal-Lume line of 6500K video monitor backlights.
Press Release: Award Announcement
September 29, 2005, Denver, Colorado
CinemaQuest, Inc., of Denver, Colorado, has received the 2005 DisplayMate Best Video Hardware Guide, Five -Star Award from DisplayMate Technologies for their Ideal -Lume line of 6500K video monitor backlights. An increasing number of imaging industry experts and video consumers are recognizing the importance of display viewing environment conditions and solutions. The
viewing environment has a profound affect upon the performance quality of any video display, plus the viewer's perception and enjoyment of the image
produced. CinemaQuest, Inc. has become the world leader in this field. More information about viewing environment technologies and solutions can be
found at: www.ideal -lume.com .
Here are some pertinent quotes from DisplayMate Technologies:
"The equipment listed in the Guide is in our judgment the best commercially available video hardware in each of 50 Award Categories. The Awards are based solely on image and picture quality excellence and are recommended as a comparative standard of excellence for consumers, corporate buyers, reviewers, test labs, and manufacturers alike.
The Guide is posted on our website www.displaymate.com/best.html and is also regularly distributed to the 550+ editors in the 200+ publications that use DisplayMate [analysis software] for editorial testing and lab reviews of video hardware.
The Ideal -Lume D6500 backlighting by CinemaQuest are fabulous high quality units specially designed for home theater and studio use. They have special broadband fluorescent bulbs that produce an accurate D6500 light, which I confirmed with a laboratory spectroradiometer. The fixtures start -up instantly, are very quiet, and are painted black. They are very well made and come with excellent documentation. Every direct view or rear -projection home theater should have one. Highly recommended."
Dr. Raymond Soneira, President of DisplayMate Technologies