Marantz VP-15S1 DLP Projector Review
Brightness: 1000 ANSI lumens (Iris =
Video Processing: Gennum VXP GF9351 processor
Video Inputs: 2 x HDMI-HDCP (1.3), 2 x component, composite, S-video and PC/RGB (HD15)Control: RS-232C, IR remote in/out, 2 x DC trigger
Projection Lens: f: 30.7 – 44.5, manual focus & zoom (long throw lens available)
Lens Shift: Vertical only (+165%, -85%)
Warranty: 3 years parts & labor + 90 days lamp
Dimensions: 16” x
18.3” x 6.1” (404
x 498 x 158 mm)
- Excellent build quality
- No real-world rainbow effect
- Excellent remote
- Best-of-class Gennum VXP video processing
- Custom optics with long-throw lens option
- Expensive for single-chip DLP
- No horizontal lens shift
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Passion is what drove me to become a videoholic. I love good quality video - be it HDTV or high definition DVD. It doesn't matter if the subject matter is retarded African pigmy elephants, a great picture will glue me to the screen. With that said, this review of the Marantz VP-15S1 DLP projector started off as any other except that after a while I began to become obsessed with how well this projector integrated into my room. I found that I more quickly became drawn into the story lines of films and my ability to forget I was sitting in my theater room instead of being a part of the on-screen content became greatly diminished. In short, this projector made me covet…
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Anybody want to weigh in on how this compares with the JVC RS-1 and RS-2?