While the Diamond 3D projector from Mitsubishi is not official yet, it has been confirmed and should hit the market pretty soon. Featuring full HD resolution support and being based on Sony’s SXRD liquid crystal on silicon technique that will work in tandem with Mitsubishi’s own software, it can deliver images which are larger than 100 inches even at 120,000:1 contrast ratio levels. As for the entire six-piece, 17-cluster optics, they are made out of extra-low dispersion glass. The Diamond 3D projector will ship with an auto-iris function and a 120Hz refresh rate which are required for 3D images to be produced. As for noise level, it remains low at just 19dBa, featuring a couple of HDMI 1.4 inputs, with an Ethernet port letting you hook up to third-party remote operations. When used in low conversation mode, the lamp ought to be able to last up to 4,000 hours. There is no word on pricing or a release date just yet though, so stay tuned.