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Sim2 Projector UPD


Sim2 projector lamps and bulbs come in many models and are available as a bare lamp or a lamp in module. All of our Sim2 replacement projector lamps and bulbs are ORIGINAL, meaning they are made from affordable, original components, not a reproduction or cheap replacement bulb.




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A full manufacturer warranty is given on all of our Sim2 projector lamps and bulbs for your peace of mind when shopping with us. We`re also sure you`ll value our low price Sim2 bulbs and lamps and buy today with the assurance of our low price guarantee and overnight shipping.


The Sim2 Crystal 35 projector lamp is one of the best-selling replacement lamps for Sim2 projectors. It features ORIGINAL parts and is intended as a replacement for use in Sim2 brand projectors.It is also available as a bare bulb only, without module.


One of the most recent additions to the Pulse Cinemas family, SIM2 projectors are the meeting of style and performance that offer a totally unique experience. First launched in 1995, SIM2 is an Italian company expert in the designing and manufacturing of stylish and highly accomplished home cinema projectors.


SIM2 delivers one of the more diverse product line-ups in the high-performance projector category. The magic of SIM2 can be experienced at our wonderful main demonstration centre at company HQ in Stansted. Make an appointment to experience them for yourself.


Our opening film was the JJ Abrams reboot of Star Trek. A good choice as SIM2 informed me that he has one of these projectors himself to use for watching his films. The opening attack sequence looks fantastic with good black levels, even skin tones and amazing levels of detail. Skin tones are clean and accurate and motion resolution is fantastic. Even with the lights up in my room I could still watch and enjoy the film, as the SIM2 is capable of over 45 ftL on my screen in low lamp mode.


The most impressive about the SIM2 is the amazing level of sharpness and detail. Every single texture is on display with the utmost detail and nothing obscured. Swapping between the SIM2 and other projectors it is immediately apparent how much sharper the SIM2 is. Even with a 3-chip DLP setup, which can have trouble with alignment, nothing is out-of-place. Combined with the accurate colors and bright image, the SIM2 image is nothing short of amazing.


All measurements are done from the projector lens to remove the screen as a variable. A C6 colorimeter is profiled using an i1Pro spectrometer and CalMAN 5.2.0 software is used with an AccuPel DVG-5000 pattern generator.


The video processing in the SIM2 is very good as well. It passes the full luma and chroma resolution from all colorspaces I tested it with. It also does well with 2:2 and 3:2 deinterlacing. I imagine anyone spending this much on a projector would pair it with a video processor to handle those duties, though.


Choosing a projector is typically about weighing compromises. Better black levels over higher light output. Better 3D compared to higher contrast ratios. Light output versus picture accuracy. The SIM2 SUPER LUMIS eliminates compromise and just displays the content without limitations.


It is obviously expensive but it has provided me an example of what is possible for a home theater projector. It is the best image I have seen in my home to date. With it installed I would have no reason to go to the movie theater again. A true reference product that will deliver an image that will never disappoint.


Cini and Gao showed the laser home theater projector during a small press event at the 2015 International CES. Unfortunately, the demo was hampered by a shipping accident that left them without a film screen. Plus, there was quite a bit of ambient light in the room. But despite not having ideal conditions, the lack of speckle and the brightness were still apparent. Gao would not say how Shanxi was able to solve the speckling dilemma but the company spent three years perfecting the technology with financial support from the Chinese government via the University of Beijing.


I should start this preview article off with a disclaimer - at no point did SIM2 specify that their new Crystal Cube projector was designed for coffee table use. But, come on. Look at it. That's obviously the intended use. Or, at the very least, it is where most users would envision its use. Sure, it could go on a shelf at the back of a room but it is obviously designed to be seen.


The SIM2 Crystal Cube is a DLP projector for those that care as much about the form factor of their projector as the performance. Available in either white or black, the crystal-glass case around the projector would look at home on a boardroom table as a coffee table in a stylish, contemporary home. This is the perfect solution for someone that has a huge room with vaulted ceilings and doesn't want a projector hanging from the rafters on a long pole. While SIM2 does offer an optional "luxury enclosure for ceiling mounting" it says that this enclosure is mandatory which indicates that you won't be able to use your existing mount with the Crystal Cube.


The Crystal Cube is a full featured projector that can display both 2D and 3D content. Some outlets are reporting that it comes packaged with four pairs of glasses and an emitter (active 3D solution) though the SIM2 website says those need to be purchased separately. It can throw an image up to 180 inches diagonal with a lens throw ratio of 1.38-2.05:1. It has a rated brightness up to 2300 lumens in 2D mode. The Crystal Cube is just over a foot wide and deep and 7.5 inches tall.


The SIM2 Crystal Cube has two HDMI inputs (version 1.4) and a slew of analogue inputs. Sporting one each of s-video, composite, and component, it also has RS-232 control for integration is home automation systems. One thing that is not shown in any of the glamor shots provided by SIM2 is wires. We assume all of the connections are made on the bottom of the projector. If you have a way of running the wires through the table or shelf it sits on, this would make for an absolutely clean install. We wonder if there is a cover that slides in place over the lens or if it is always open. We would think that an automatic cover would make sense and keep users from having to keep a bottle of Windex nearby.


The last thing to mention is the price. If you've ever seen a SIM2 product, you know to expect the price to be high. The Crystal Cube is no different with a price tag of $5000. In many reports of this projector, this price is touted as "affordable". While many Audioholics may disagree with that assessment, it is probably true. There really aren't many products out there like this one and $5000 isn't much in the world of custom installation. We could see quite a few installers keeping this projector in the back of their mind for when they have a customer that wants a big screen but has a spouse that doesn't want to see a projector in their living room.


The SIM2 Crystal Cube is not an inexpensive projector by any means but it is absolutely unique in that is looks like a piece of modern art. Encased in crystal-glass, the Crystal Cube would be at home displayed out in the open in any contemporary home or boardroom. Obviously targeting the custom installer, SIM2 has provided an option for those that want a big screen but don't want to see a projector. With full 3D and HD support, the Crystal Cube is sure to find its way into quite a few high-end homes.


As we'd expect from SIM2, the Crystal Cube home cinema projector blends style and technology in a unique and striking way. Its understated crystal-glass case easily blends into any home décor. When turned off, the projector aspect becomes virtually invisible, and the Crystal Cube appears more like a work of modern art.


This is an ideal option if you have a large room with vaulted ceilings and don't want a projector hanging down on a long pole. Crystal-glass not only looks good, but is also tough and heat-resistant. It'll look brand-new even after years of use.


Cube-Shaped: For its Crystal Cube projector, SIM2 has chosen a cubic shape entirely made of crystal-glass, a pure and sustainable material capable of being recycled indefinitely. Crystal-glass is also resistant to light and high/ low temperatures, hence looking always brand new even after years of use. Its colors, textures and high-end appearance command attention and make it the focal point of any home style and decor. Available in black crystal-glass finish.


High Definition & Standard Definition Video Inputs: The Crystal Cube projector is equipped with two HDMI 1.4 inputs and a component video input for high definition sources up to 1080p. The projector is also equipped with one composite video and one S-video input for 480i standard-definition video. There is also a D-Sub, 15-pin PC input for connecting a computer.


Picture Adjustments: You can manually adjust the Crystal Cube projector's Brightness, Contrast, Color, Tint, Sharpness, Saturation, Gamma, Color Temperature, White Balance, and Color Management.


Flexible Mounting Options: The SIM2 Crystal Cube front-projectors can be table-top mounted or ceiling mounted (mounting bracket sold separately). When table-top mounting the projector, place it in a horizontal position with a tilt angle of no more than 15-degrees; an adjustable leveling-foot is included. 041b061a72


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