New Products December 2008

New Products December 2008

Sony SRX-T Series


Sony has introduced the next generation of SXRD 4K projectors: the SRXT110 and SRX-T105, which are advanced projectors designed to meet the evolving needs for ultimate picture quality. The SRX-T110 and SRX-T105 are equipped with three Silicon X-tal Reflective Display devices and deliver a resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels — more than four times the resolution of consumer HDTV. This high-resolution capability allows 2K images to be displayed simultaneously in four quadrants or in a twin side-by-side display. The projectors also offer a contrast ratio of 2500:1. In addition, the SRX-T110 provides a high brightness of 11,000 lumens, while the SRX-T105 offers a brightness of 5500 lumens.

TV One 1T-TG- 620 HDMI Test Generator
The TV One-task 1T-TG-620 HDMI test generator provides a means to verify the correct operation of both audio and video when working with HD or PC displays. Any device using HDMI, PC, or DVI-D inputs may be tested using several different types of signals. The PC and DVI-D connections will require an adaptor. Provision has been made to embed either a 1 kHz internally generated audio sinewave or an externally generated audio signal into the digital bitstream so that the integrity of the audio portion of the HDMI signal can be verified.

Sony SRX-T Series


Sony has introduced the next generation of SXRD 4K projectors: the SRX-T110 and SRX-T105, which are advanced projectors designed to meet the evolving needs for ultimate picture quality. The SRX-T110 and SRX-T105 are equipped with three Silicon X-tal Reflective Display devices and deliver a resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels — more than four times the resolution of consumer HDTV. This high-resolution capability allows 2K images to be displayed simultaneously in four quadrants or in a twin side-byside display. The projectors also offer a contrast ratio of 2500:1. In addition, the SRX-T110 provides a high brightness of 11,000 lumens, while the SRX-T105 offers a brightness of 5500 lumens.

Hardigg SuperMAC


Hardigg Cases has recently introduced SuperMAC, the company’s most compact container with a removable rack option. SuperMAC was designed with a space-saving footprint that makes use of every available interior inch, while remaining small enough for two cases to sit side by side in most military vehicles. The optional removable rack slides open easily, allowing full access to equipment. Sensitive electronic equipment mounted in a SuperMAC case can survive the day-to-day falls, vibrations and other stressors that cause competitors’ rack cases to fail. The SuperMAC is available in both fixed and removable rack options.

Encore Cases Giant NEC Display Solutions Multisync 15
NEC Display Solutions of America has introduced a new family of commercial-grade digital signage displays with a new mechanical design, comprehensive input panels, and robust functionality for organizations that are deploying large-screen panels on a modest budget. The MultiSync 15 Series addresses the needs of multiple markets and applications with commercial- level features and functions, including panels with protection against permanent image retention and advanced thermal technology to prevent overheating, designed for continuous operation in demanding environments.

Encore Cases Giant
Encore has released Giant cases. This is the first time something of this size and scope has been done in the case industry. Giant hardware that is more than twice as big, twice as thick, double riveted with double edged extrusions that will withstand many times the force of a standard heavy duty road case. Giant Cases are built to withstand the ultimate use and abuse that shipping companies, roadies, and any other surprises life on the road might throw their way.


Optoma Technology has introduced the Optoma EX525ST multimedia projector. The EX525ST can project a high-resolution image as large as 100-inch diagonally at a distance of 4 feet from the wall, making it ideal for situations where a traditional projector cannot be used or space is limited. To shorten the projection distance of the EX525ST, Optoma developed an entirely new optical projection system. The optical system incorporates a new short throw lens with aspherical lens elements that provide a throw ratio of 0.6:1, enabling the projector to produce large images when positioned very close to a wall or screen.


The new Strategy Series CP400 from Atlas Sound is an adaptable, professional stereo power amplifier built around a pair of high quality toroidal transformers that provide isolation in both stereo and bridged mono operation. The CP400 offers a variety of power options and is rated at 200 watts per channel for 70.7V operation. Conforming to UL 813 standards, the unit additionally features a 30- position stepped input gain control on its back panel, both terminal block and XLR inputs, and an automatic, dual-speed, high efficiency cooling fan.

Sirius Scenario Management
Orion Software has announced their latest innovation for Sirius Pro — the Scenario Management Module. Scenario management allows users to create subsets of products based on specific usage required by their clients. For example, scenarios could be built based on the type, the size, or the budget of an event. This allows salespeople to present only relevant products to their customers, as well as cover the whole spectrum of projects. This increases efficiency by passing through a complete questionnaire linked to the specific end usage requirements. Users can create as many scenarios as they desire based on venue locations, type of usage, budget, or any factors that influence the sales process.

Intelix Audisey Athena

The Intelix Audisey Athena combines the flexibility of a true matrix mixer with digital signal processing and up to 16 individual amplifiers — all in a single 3 rack space package. Plus, the Athena’s internal digital amplifiers feature 93 percent energy efficient performance with load sensing capability, providing powerful performance with low heat loss. Available in 8 inputs by 8 outputs or 16 inputs by 16 outputs, the Intelix Audisey Athena features built-in audio preamplification, phantom power, input signal processing, true matrix mixing, output signal processing, and either 8 or 16 channels of independent power amplification with up to 100 watts per channel.

Hitachi CP-WX410 3LCD projector

Offering widescreen capability and full connectivity, Hitachi Home Electronics has introduced the new CP-WX410 3LCD projector. The CP-WX410 offers a 16:10 aspect ratio, 3000 ANSI lumens brightness and optical zoom. The CPWX410 projector includes a variety of connectivity options, including HDMI input. Additionally, automatic vertical keystone, input source naming, and Quick Start and Instant Off functions ensure easy setup and installation. The CP-WX410 also provides a closed captioning feature, allowing audience members to read text or dialog for video fed from a DVD player or television.

Toshiba TLP-X200U
Toshiba’s lightweight TLP-X200U wireless 3LCD projector is the first projector with voice guidance. This innovative feature provides ease of use, preventative maintenance updates, and a lower total cost of ownership.

The TLP-X200U produces outstanding image quality with 3LCD technology, 3000 ANSI lumens, XGA native resolution, 600:1 contrast ratio, and a built-in “blackboard” function with wall color adjustment. At only 4.4 pounds, the projector also features Windows Vista compatibility and is perfect for mobile professionals, teachers, corporate customers, small-to-medium businesses, and consumers for digital home entertainment.