We won't even begin to suggest that $10,500 is just pocket change that everyone has lying around. However, when you realize that Dwin's TransVision 3 projection system features both a projector and a video processor, the word value might come to mind. The company says that the separate-component design offers greater installation options and reduces double video-signal processing. The 720p DLP projector uses Texas Instruments' Mustang/HD2 DMD technology and Prism Free Optical light-path architecture for maximum picture contrast. The Carl-Zeiss zoom lens allows for a throw distance from 1.41 to 2.1 times the screen. Meanwhile, the digital video processor accepts 10 video inputs: two DVI with HDCP, two RGB, two S-video, two component, and two composite. It also delivers 720p DVI signals to match the projector's native resolution.
Oh the fun you'll have with Infinity's newest loudspeaker system. Aside from being tremendously good-looking, the TSS-750 is also a complete 5.1-channel system that uses Infinity's Metal Matrix Diaphragm driver technology. M.M.D. driver cones are specifically manufactured to produce low-mass, highly rigid driver diaphragms. The company says that this reduces distortion and cone breakup, resulting in a smooth and transient sound. The system includes four two-way satellite speakers, a center-channel speaker, and a powered subwoofer. Both the satellite and center speakers are housed in enclosures made of extruded, anodized aluminum. You can place the satellites on a shelf or mount them using Infinity's wall-mount-bracket system. Optional floor stands are also available. The system retails for $749.