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SANYO’s New LP-XF1000 Projector Offers 12,000 Lumens On 100V AC

SANYO’s New LP-XF1000 Projector Offers 12,000 Lumens On 100V AC

SANYO LP-XF1000 Dual-lamp Projector (Image courtesy SANYO)
By Andrew Liszewski

SANYO just announced their new LP-XF1000 12,000 lumen projector which they claim is the industry’s brightest model that only requires 100V AC. The new model uses two high-output 330 watt lamps, which improves light efficiency by 20% when compared to one of the company’s previous models, and offers a high contrast ratio of 4000:1. The LP-XF1000 also features SANYO’s QuaDrive Engine which adds a ‘Color Control Device’ to the 3 LCD setup in order to control the yellow light independently, which results in a 20% boost in color richness as well.

The LP-XF1000 is set to be released on December 18 with a price tag of 4,200,000 yen, or about $46,000.

[ PR – SANYO Releases LP-XF1000 Dual-lamp Projector with “Rich Color” ] VIA [ Fareastgizmos ]







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9 responses to “SANYO’s New LP-XF1000 Projector Offers 12,000 Lumens On 100V AC”

  1. 8thlopez says:

    46 Gs huh? But I would only use it to project movies during Halloween time outside while the neighborhood people crowd around and drink October brews.. a little steep for me as of right now… maybe once I hit the lottery.
    🙂

  2. dubzilla says:

    4,200,000 yen… phew i thought it was going to expensive. however this thing would be awesome.

  3. While this would be awesome, id rather go for that personal two lane bowling alley instead.

  4. baggyklown says:

    jesus! $46,000 could probably buy you a small movie theater

  5. cirez says:

    Doubt I'll ever own one, 46K is alot of money. Does anyone know why it costs so much?

  6. mcman says:

    Maybe if it had 12,001 lumens.

  7. Dyoung720 says:

    i've always wanted to get a projector, but i'm not too sure about how well they still work in the daylight. maybe when i can get into a house with a basement that i can blackout the windows. In the mean time, i'll just stick with my lcd.

  8. Dyoung720 says:

    i've always wanted to get a projector, but i'm not too sure about how well they still work in the daylight. maybe when i can get into a house with a basement that i can blackout the windows. In the mean time, i'll just stick with my lcd.