If you haven’t ever heard of the DPX-830 Projector, it is just possible that the technology being harnessed by Yamaha in this quality projection hasn’t come across your television or Internet screen yet. Rest assured that it’s only a matter of time before you hear or see or, better yet, have the viewing pleasure of one.
The DPX-830 is a high quality project that offers excellence in video performance by incorporating a 0.65” WXGA DLP device that allows it to display 1,280 x 768 resolution. Imagine that. The clarity and accuracy of many types of media sources, which includes blu-ray, is unparalleled.
For the DPX-830, Yamaha developed Natural Black which creates a deeper black viewing component that causes all blacks to maintain their intensity even when a scene becomes brighter and forces shadows to stand out from the backgrounds. This technology gives the viewer a richer experience that creates the feeling of being able to reach out and touch the scene on the screen or of being actually inside the scene.
The DPX-830 Projector presents a 4,000:1 contrast with brightness that offers the maximum available of 1,000 ANSI lumens. It should be no surprise that this top of the line projector costs about $4499.95 with physical dimensions of 14-3/16” x 4” x 11-7/16” and weighing only 8.6 pounds.
What are some of the other fantastic specifications of the DPX-830? According to Yamaha, the DPX-830 is a projector system with some very spectacular specs, including digital light processing. The video processor utilizes 10-bit video signal processing via the BrillianColor Technology. Scanning formats include 480i/480p, 576i/576p, 720p. 1035i, and 1080i. The 200W lamp offers 2,000 hours in standard mode and 3,000 hours in cinema mode. The horizontal and vertical sync ranges are 15-80 kHz and 50-85 Hz analog and 60Hz/50Hz digital respectively. The screen size ratio 16:9 ranges from 40 to 275 inch. Rear connections allow for S-Video, analogue RGB, HDMI, RS-232C terminals and a composite video.
For the discriminating taste, the DPX-830 speaks volumes of quality and technology. In addition to the array of specifications, the DPX-830 user can affect image customization either by utilizing the three present Gamma modes or gain access to splendid reproduction of blacks, shadows, and dark scenes by correcting the high, mid and low ranges and saving up to two of those settings. Image customization can also be created with color temperatures that allow for minute adjustment changes to red, green and blue values in both brightness and contrast. In other worse, it’s a tech-lover’s joy to play around with.
So if you’re ready to take the plunge of about $5,000, then the Yamaha DPX-830 is waiting for you to experience the sights that this glamorous home entertainment system offers. With the superb quality and workmanship that Yamaha has become known for in their projector systems, the DPX-830 is more than just the next line of projectors. The Yamaha DPX-830 is the projector system that requires only appreciation, not explanation. Dare to compare other projector systems.