Runco releases the LightStyle LS-1 DLP projector

Runco releases the LightStyle LS-1 DLP projector

The company Runco which is known for its custom displays for high-end home theater environments, today launched its “most affordable” projector($3,995) for “value-conscious” customers who are looking for high-end HD performance.

Runco’s LightStyle LS-1  is 1080p capable DLP projector which packs company’s SuperOnyx technology, along with ConstantContrast and ViVix proprietary digital video processing to achieve deep black levels and contrast ratio of e 10000:1, up to 780 ANSI lumens brightness and up to 4,000 hours of lamp life. It also has integrated ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) calibration suite for optimal performance in various rooms and lighting conditions. The projector offers wide range of connectivity options like – two HDMI, component, RGB, S-video, composite video inputs, RS232 connector and is also available with Runco’s CineGlide lens solution that enables a motorized, mechanical 2.35:1 anamorphic lens to move in front of the standard lens for perfect Scope reproduction.

The company offers the projector with full-color design option and the option to custom-print your own artwork, as well as 25 hand-finished signature paint colors. It is now available through Runco’s dealers with MSRP of $3,995.

Source: Runco

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