SIM2



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SIM2 (formerly known as SIM2 Seleco or just plain Seleco) is a high-end video company. They are best known for their Italian industrial design and sexy cases, typically sporting a 3-chip DLP design. SIM2 also makes video processors and more entry level projectors.

More recently, SIM2 has paired with Dolby for high dynamic range LCD displays for the industrial market.

The most notable and vocal user of SIM2 projectors is former director and part-time producer, Francis Ford Coppola.

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Notable SIM2 products include:

SIM2 HDR47
SIM2 MICO 50 DLP projector
SIM2 C3X projector

HomeTheaterReview.com's SIM2 product reviews include:

SIM2 MICO 50 LED DLP Projector
SIM2 C3X LUMIS HOST Projector

Also read a HomeTheaterReview.com feature on Francis Ford Coppola's love of SIM2.

Similar companies to SIM2 are Runco, Digital Projection, ProjectionDesign, and Dreamvision.


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