DLP Projectors: Domino Series: Domino 18

  • ED2 DMD chip by Texas Instruments
  • 1024x576 pixels resolution
  • True contrast ratio >1800:1
  • Proprietary sealed engine
  • Lens shift and digital keystone adjustment
  • Long throw ratio
  • Silent 6-segment color wheel
  • Wide choice of inputs
  • Built-in deinterlacer and video enhancement
  • Proprietary sealed engine

The DOMINO 18 is the latest single chip DLP™ technology based front projector to be added to the DOMINO by SIM2 range and features 16:9 ED2 chip from Texas Instruments (1024 x 576 pixels resolution). Supreme images
The DOMINO 18 sports SIM2 enhanced light engine, providing a true contrast ratio of >1800:1 and delivers stunning film like image quality. And, the Domino18’s long throw ratio lens (2.3—3.1 x screen width) and vertical and horizontal keystone correction allow it to be positioned at the back of the room, behind the audience to recreate the ultimate cinematic experience.

The DOMINO18 projector benefits from a built-in de-interlacer and video enhancer that prevents the introduction of motion artifacts and jagged edges. It also incorporates 3:2 pull down circuitry for flawless reproduction of film sources.

Connected to a world of possibilities
Specifically designed for the discerning Home Theater enthusiast, the new DOMINO 18 projector sports a wide choice of inputs and is compatible with all video and graphic standard, including SVHS, component, RGB and VGA inputs. In addition it includes a 12 volt trigger and RS 232 port.

Design and color
The DOMINO 18 features the design of the award winning DOMINO by SIM2 DLP™ based projection display but with a new cabinet color: a stylish Matte Silver finish.

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in cm 16:9
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User Manuals

Description: Domino 18 User Manual
Domino 18 User Manual
(5666Kb) down-DOMINO18EU_460444_UK.pdf 08.25.2009
Description: HT Ceiling Bracket B
HT Ceiling Bracket B
HT Ceiling Bracket B

Catalogs

Description: Domino 18 Catalog
Domino 18 Catalog
(898Kb) down-domino_w_dec05.pdf 09.16.2009