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NEC announces worlds first dual-lamp NC900C Digital Camera Projector.
The NC900C has HDMI 1.4a support, dual HDSDI 3G interface and even Universal Serial Bus (USB), plus two Gigabit Ethernet ports.
NEC promises that lamp changes will be easy to accomplish and that the NC900C will not show black screen.
Speaking of which, the maximum width is of 29 feet (around 9 meters) in DCI specifications and 39 feet (12 meters) in non-DCI mode.
Thus, small theater screens and applications of comparable size will benefit the most from the item's services.
Content can reach the projector through any of the aforementioned interfaces and is processed by the Texas Instruments S2K chipset.
"The NC900C is the perfect answer for those exhibitors that require a budget-friendly and size-appropriate digital cinema projector," said Jim Reisteter, general manager for digital cinema projectors at NEC Display Solutions.
"By implementing Texas Instrument's S2K chipset, we can facilitate the transition to high-end digital cinema by creating a solution for smaller screens that have not yet been able to transition to digital technology."
NEC says that the NC900C is the first dual-lamp digital cinema projector on the market