Gagan GuptaNov 04, 2006 09:00:00 IST
Epson India recently launched the Epson EMP-TWD3—Epson's first combo projector to feature a built-in DVD player with a pair of integrated stereo speakers.
Designed as the ultimate home projector, the EPSON EMP-TWD3's cubical form factor is almost completely devoid of any wires typically found in a home entertainment set up. Based on the home entertainment all-in-one concept, the projector is handy enough to be carried around. The minimalist design means you only need to connect the power supply and the home cinema projector is ready to beam your favorite movies!
The integrated optical disc player plays multiple video formats including DVD, Video CD and Super Video CD along with audio CDs, MP3s and WMA files. For optimal sound reproduction, the two dynamic 10W speakers are rear facing and are fully capable of delivering rich natural sounds to fill your living space. To make things really simple, as soon as you pop the DVD/CD into the projector, the movie/music plays automatically. The versatile player also reads JPEG images and can present them as slide shows.
With a quick start up time of 8 seconds, you can start enjoying your movie with minimal waiting. For equally fast shutdowns after the credit roll, the projector only needs a mere 9 seconds to cool down.
Aside from just playing video and music data from disc sources, the EPSON EMP-TWD3 has several ports which allow you to connect external devices such as laptops and media devices such as tuners.
The projector is fitted with a short focus lens capable of a 1.5x wide zoom, so it fits easily into smaller living spaces. With 1200 ANSI lumens, a high 1000:1 contrast ratio, and incredible brilliance from Epson's E-TORL (Epson-Twin Optimize Reflection Lamp), there's no need to dim the room for optimal viewing.
The projector is available from October 2006 and has an MRP of Rs 99,400.
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