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Formal introduction: Digital Projection enters Chinese AV market

Bruce Xiong, manager of Digital Projection China, sought to continue the established presence that Digital Projection currently garners at infoComm USA. Supported by an expert team from Digital Projection’s headquarters in Manchester, DPI China created a powerful 128,000 lumen array of Digital Projection’s line of single-chip and 3-chip DLP projectors.

The display consisted of 12 projectors on eight screens and featured DPI’s Pro Series including the TITAN 1080p-500 and LIGHTNING 40isx+. Due to the size and scope of the display, the event took place off-site at the Nikko New Century Hotel.

The event was well attended by over 1000 people from a variety of commercial and home theatre markets, many of whom had never experienced the magnitude of a display produced by the veteran DPI team. Swedish based Dataton also supported the event with its impressive Watchout system.

Bruce Xiong comments after the show: “This royal show is the first time Digital Projection has introduced itself to the China market. As the innovator of 3 chip DLP technology, Digital Projection always commits to the highest level of research, design and to the development of the most professional image quality.

“Our objective coupled to the best images is the uniformity and the reliability of the projectors’ performance. The visitors to this three day spectacle formed an endless stream with the total number exceeding our expectations. Every visitor was impressed so much and gave very high appreciation and commendation to the Digital Projection product range.

“We hope the Chinese clients can see and understand what makes Digital Projection special from this exhibition. In the near future we will enable our Chinese customers to learn more about the professional Digital Projection product range including its advanced technology.”

Digital Projection will be also be exhibiting at the forthcoming infoComm USA later this month.