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Runco Ships $40K VW-100HD In-wall Projection System

The 100-inch screen features a full HD resolution, SuperOnyx chipset, CinOptix lens system and Vivix II internal processing.


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Runco is now shipping its VideoWall VW-100HD in-wall projection system that's designed to sit inside walls.

The system offers a full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) and a native 16:9 aspect ratio on a 100-inch screen.

It also has Runco's SuperOnyx chipset, a CinOptix lens system with O-Path light enhancement and Vivix II internal processing.

The VideoWall system is self-contained with a low-profile design that includes a rear assembly less than 32 inches in depth with sloping side panels that enable the system to fit in tight spaces.

An installer-dependent system, the VW-100HD features:
  • Runco's Constant Contrast technology provides frame-by-frame contrast correction
  • Positive Pressure Cooling to reduce the need for excess cooling fans
  • ISFccc calibration system
  • WideVision aspect ratio conversion technology
It can also work 10,000 feet above sea level, according to Runco, in case you were wondering.

Connectivity includes: HDMI and DVI w/HDCP, Component (RCA), HD-15 (PC), S-Video, Composite and RS-232.

Runco is shipping the VideoWall VW-100HD from authorized dealers.

MSRP: $39,995




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