Originally listed for $28k in 2012, this amazing high end SIM2 M.150 1920 x 1080p LED projector produces clear and bright images on screens up 14 ft. wide using a single chip DLP from Texas Instruments and three high power LEDs. Because the M.150 uses an RGB (red, blue and green) LED light engine, the M.150 does not employ a color wheel and does not suffer from the dreaded rainbow effect. Best of all, M.150's life span is rated at 30,000 hours and the light engine is good for a reported 1,000 ANSI lumens with a contrast ratio of 100,000:1.
In Home Theater Review, Andrew Robinson wrote, “Nothing escaped the M.150's lens, and I had the Sony 4K projector on hand for a head-to-head, I would've sworn the image put forth by the Sim2 was the 4K one - it was that crisp.”
Another later review (2013) can be found here:
The projector has two HDMI inputs, one composite video input, one component video input and a single RGBHV (D-Sub, 15-pin female) input. The HDMI inputs are 3D, DeepColor and InstaPort-compatible, but not 4K.
I'm upgrading all the components in my home theater and I'll ship this anywhere in the U.S. with manual and remote for a flat fee of $150 plus a separate box containing its heavy duty ceiling mount! The projector measures 16.5 inches wide x 20.9 inches long x 8.7 inches tall and weighs 61.7 lbs.