Runco Video Xtreme™ VX-2dcx with CineWide™ with Autoscope™ and DHD Digital ControllerModel: VX2-dcx ATCM
- 3-chip DLP™ system, using SuperOnyx™ DMD chips
- 1280 x 720 native resolution
- Includes all-digital DHD™ Video Controller/Processor
- CinOptx™ Telesto lens options for stunning sharpness
- O-Path™ technology enhances light path
- Integrated LiveLink™ Technology to Preserve HD Signals
- CineWide with AutoScope (Telesto C) - McKinley anamorphic lens (Large lens):
Zoom 2.02 – 2.70 (with CineWide 1.53 – 2.00)
Runco steps into the future once again with the Video Xtreme™ VX-2dcx Digital Light Processing (DLP™) Projector, one of the first DLP projectors to offer a 16:9 native resolution, 3-chip system for home theater.
The VX-2dcx optical light engine utilizes three advanced, 16:9 Digital Micromirror Device™ (DMD™) chips featuring 1280 x 720, high-definition resolution and 12-degree mirror tilt for unsurpassed black level performance.
The VX-2dcx is equipped with upgraded, digital cinema quality lens optics for the ultimate in lifelike on-screen detail. The included DHD™ Video Controller/Processor ensures perfect scaling and near-HD quality video from virtually any source.
Runco's Exclusive CineWide™ Technology*:
Runco’s award winning development of CineWide™ and CineWide with AutoScope™ technology has created a revolution in faithful movie reproduction, for the first time transforming home theater into home cinema.
This technology provides uncompromised widescreen reproduction of movies originally filmed in the CinemaScope™ 2.35:1 format. It maintains constant vertical height on the screen just as in a movie theater. When a viewer transitions from 1.78:1 (16:9) program material to superwide 2.35:1, the image simply gets wider while full screen height is maintained, eliminating black bars.
This is done through an ingenious combination of software, electronics and precision anamorphic optics. With the AutoScope option, the anamorphic lens is motorized and remote controlled.
With CineWide the projection system is able to use the full pixel array on its SuperOnyx™ DMD™ chips, thereby producing a 2.35:1 image with enhanced resolution and increased brightness. No resolution or image area is lost to useless black bars on the top and bottom of the screen that contain no picture information.
* Patent Pending
Best of Cedia Rave Award - Overall Most Creative New Product
Resi Awards - Best Video Product
Cedia Manufacturer's Excellence Award - Best New Product
Electronic House - Product of The Year
Sound & Video - Best New Product