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LMG Invests In New Panasonic DLP Projectors

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Orlando, FL--LMG recently purchased a large supply of Panasonic PT-DW10000U and PT-D10000U projectors to enhance the firm's video inventory. The PT-DW 10000U is Panasonic's latest high definition, large venue 1080p DLP projector with 10,000 lumens of brightness that can accurately display HD content. The PT-D10000U is the world's smallest DLP SXGA+ projector, also with 10,000 lumens of brightness, producing bright high quality images for large venues. Both projectors can achieve a 5000:1 contrast ratio.

"These projectors are smaller, yet still deliver outstanding quality and brightness," explains Les Goldberg, CEO of LMG. "They are the big brother of the Panasonic 7700U projector, which is current workhorse of the event staging industry, and can offer a new solution for our clients' projection needs."

LMG has provided video, audio and lighting support for some of the world's largest conventions and meetings, nationally televised events and FORTUNE 500 company business presentations. For more information visit www.lmg.net
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