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Marantz VP12S3

Marantz VP12S3
alaAverage 4.6

5 reviews

Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 5 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 92/100. The average review date is Oct 26, 2003. We have compared these reviews to 62857 reviews from other Projectors. Last update: Apr 19, 2014.

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Marantz VP-12S3 DLP projector

 

Alas, DLP is still a fairly rapidly evolving technology, and Texas Instruments, manufacturer of the chips that form the basis of all such projectors, has come out with a new chip, the HD2+, which supersedes the HD2 chip used in the VP-12S2. Marantz has...

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Marantz VP-12S3 DLP Video Projector

 

Introduction It has been a little over a half-century since Saul Marantz started a small company, aptly named Marantz, dedicated to producing the highest performance vacuum-tube audio electronics of the era. Revered by many, these products defined...

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Product Specifications

For the past two years, Marantz has set the standard by which all solid state home theater video projectors are judged. First, we introduced the VP-12S1 with its 1200:1 contrast ratio, Minolta optics and Faroudja DCDi® video processing. Next came the award winning VP-12S2, which improved the contrast ratio to 2600:1 and reproduced the kind of black levels that made even CRT lovers stand up and take notice. By adding a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) connection, the VP-12S2 was able to take advantage of today's digital video sources like DVD and HD to their fullest capacities. But we weren't content to just sit back and enjoy the accolades. With our newest DLP Projector, we are proud to introduce the latest invocation of Texas Instruments' DLP® technology and Marantz innovation to bring you the VP-12S3. With even better black levels, higher contrast, and a slew of other unique technologies, the VP-12S3 might be the last video projector you will ever own.
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