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Just because they developed their own doesn't mean it was ready in time to be used in their PJ. I'd like to see a clear answer from Hitachi about whose panels are in there.
 

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Originally posted by steve5097
Just because they developed their own doesn't mean it was ready in time to be used in their PJ. I'd like to see a clear answer from Hitachi about whose panels are in there.
Not that you can believe everything that's printed in EE Times, but it did explicitly say "Hitachi designed the part into a data projector that has just been released for the U.S. market." A statement directly from Hitachi would indeed be more believable. You'd think that if they are using their own chips that they would emphasize the fact.


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I found this part interesting:

"JVC is also working with Nikon Corp. to combine the D-ILA engine with Nikon's optical systems. The engine will be sold through Mitsui & Co. Ltd. "
 

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The Hitachi projector does not use JVC D-ILA chips. The Christie Vivid Red does however and there will be more coming based on a Nikon engine as has been pointed out earlier.


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