3D TVs Charleston WV

Here you will learn about Digital Projection’s video projection technology. You can truly enjoy a home cinema experience with this type of home theater set up. Today there are so many different electronic products to choose from with more to come along the way. It can get confusing to decide. Now you can experience what it feels like to watch 3D Blu-ray movies on 3D Blu-ray disc players on 3D TVs. Which system is right for you? Listed below you will find knowledgeable home electronics stores around Charleston that will help you sort through the variety and explain the pros and cons between the different options available for your home entertainment centers. Let the pros help you research and decide.

Sodaro's Electronic Sales
(304) 344-3536
304 W. Washington Street
Charleston, WV
 
Will Sound & Performance
(304) 768-5101
5523 MacCorkle Avenue
South Charleston, WV
 
Distinctive Hi Fi
(304) 343-4434
933 Mathews Ave
Charleston, WV
 
Sound Investments
(304) 292-9492
59 Don Knotts Blvd
Morgantown, WV
 
Dynamic Customs
(304) 534-8444
302 Fairmont Avenue
Fairmont, WV
 
Sodaro's Electronic Sales, Inc.
(304) 344-3536
304 W. Washington
Charleston, WV
 
Sodaro'S Electronic Sales & Services
(304) 344-3536
304 Washington St W
Charleston, WV
 
Ac Audio Video
(304) 424-7222
3908 Murdoch Avenue Ac Audio Video
Parkersburg, WV
 
Will Sound & Performance
(304) 768-5101
5523 MacCorkle Avenue
South Charleston, WV
 
Sodaro's Electronic Sales
(304) 344-3536
304 W. Washington Street
Charleston, WV
 

3D TVs

Catching up with digital projection incorporated’s president mike levi

Digital Projection, one of the true innovators of video projection technology in the commercial AV channel and increasing in the home, is headquarted in Manchester UK, where all of its manufacturing and engineering is based. The company, which recently announced its “green” success involving more efficient manufacturing processes and recyclability of its products, also has a U.S. operations office in Atlanta, three China offices,

As with all of its platforms
As with all of its platforms, Digital Projection can build the TITAN projector as a native 720p, SXGA+, 1080p, or WUXGA display.
and one Singapore office as well. The company’s U.S. operations president, Mike Levi, recently answered our questions about his company’s on-going Green initiatives as well the future of projection technology, particularly 3D for the home.

How would you describe your biggest technical challenges?
Anticipating the technology and application trends that will be important to our customers two to four years down the road. Whether it’s the newest 3D technology, the next native-resolution standard, increasing lumens, or improving product efficiency, identifying and innovating new technologies is a process that never ends. Out of all the innovations we review, we must select the handful of technologies and development projects that we believe will enable future application trends, then we try to time the roadmap for the new products just as those application trends are emerging.

What are the biggest differences between what you provide to the commercial channel vs. the residential market?
In many ways the core products are similar, but specific model refinements result in commercial and home cinema product lines that are very different. Our product line architecture is based on key platforms—TITAN, LIGHTNING, dVision and iVision. These core platforms are highly adaptable. For example, we can build the TITAN platform as a native 720p, SXGA+, 1080p, or WUXGA display. We can then choose among four different lamp options, optical enhancements which emphasize either brightness or contrast, active 3D capability/ high-frame-rate connectivity, specialized optics (such as anamorphic lenses), and different mechanical configurations to best match a diversity of venues. The end result is a diverse line-up of TITAN models, some with capabilities specifically tuned to meet commercial applications, and others
successful CEDIA
“The most successful CEDIA dealers we work with are known in their markets as technically competent with integrity and a strong commitment to customer service.” —Mike Levi, President, Digital Projection Inc
specifically designed to deliver the premier home cinema experience.

DP recently launched 14 3D projectors, and we have more to be launched. Three-D applications are already robust in the commercial world, but we see tremendous momentum moving 3D entertainment and gaming cont...

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