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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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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=19701276 facebook-19701276

    gee, only $46,000?

  • 8thlopez

    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.
    :-)

  • dubzilla

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

  • http://twitter.com/Zachfersure Zach de Graaff

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

  • baggyklown

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

  • cirez

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

  • mcman

    Maybe if it had 12,001 lumens.

  • Dyoung720

    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.

  • Dyoung720

    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.