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Meridian’s 4096 x 2400 Pixel Projector – I Guess That’s Impressive

Meridian 810 Projector (Image courtesy Gizmodo)
By Andrew Liszewski

Tiny, ultra-portable projectors might be grabbing most of the attention these days, but what you gain in portability, you lose in image quality and brightness. So if you’re instead looking for a top-of-the-line model for your dream home theater, you can go ahead and add the Meridian 810 to your wish list. It’s the type of projector you need to plan and make room for, but with a resolution of 4096 x 2400 (or 10 megapixels) I think it’s definitely worth converting that spare bedroom into a dedicated projector room. The 810 uses specially calibrated light engine panels from JVC along with a 4000 lumen lamp to project an image on a screen up to 25 feet wide without any visible pixelation. And since most home theater enthusiasts only have access to 1920 x 1080 HD source material, the Meridian 810 uses four 1080p scalers working together to up-res anything from 480i to 1080p up to its full 10MP resolution. In fact I can’t really see a downside to Meridian’s latest offering, unless you have a problem dropping $185,000 on a projector. (Hmm… new house or new projector… new house or new projector…)

[ Meridian ] VIA [ Gizmodo ]







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  • KipnisStudios

    It's expensive, but it's quiet, sharp, and the scaler really fills in where the source is missing. A very compelling combination – and a great use of this technology. If you have the money . . . you owe it to yourself to consider it!

    Check out this review:

    http://www.hometheaterreview.com/front_projecto

    Thank you, Bob Stuart and Meridian for getting it . . . RIGHT!

    Cheers -

    Jeremy

    Kipnis Studios

    http://www.Kipnis-Studios.com

  • KipnisStudios

    It's expensive, but it's quiet, sharp, and the scaler really fills in where the source is missing. A very compelling combination – and a great use of this technology. If you have the money . . . you owe it to yourself to consider it!

    Check out this review:

    http://www.hometheaterreview.com/front_projecto

    Thank you, Bob Stuart and Meridian for getting it . . . RIGHT!

    Cheers -

    Jeremy

    Kipnis Studios

    http://www.Kipnis-Studios.com

  • KipnisStudios

    It's expensive, but it's quiet, sharp, and the scaler really fills in where the source is missing. A very compelling combination – and a great use of this technology. If you have the money . . . you owe it to yourself to consider it!

    Check out this review:

    http://www.hometheaterreview.com/front_projecto

    Thank you, Bob Stuart and Meridian for getting it . . . RIGHT!

    Cheers -

    Jeremy

    Kipnis Studios

    http://www.Kipnis-Studios.com