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Large Venue Projectors

Oct 12, 2009 12:00 PM, By Jay Ankeney

More options for high-brightness projectors.


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Hitachi CP-WX11000

Hitachi CP-WX11000

The LCD panels and polarizers in Hitachi's CP-SX12000 series can output 7000 lumens and are made of inorganic, UV-resistant materials, resulting in a longer operating life. Its SXGA+ (1400x1050) resolution lets you to view 1.9 times more content on larger documents and spreadsheets. The Projector Management Application (PJMan) in the
CP-SX12000 allows users to monitor and control multiple projectors over a LAN. A network bridge (serial pass-through) allows you to send RS-232 commands to the projector via the Ethernet commands pass-through, allowing you to control external devices such as TV tuners and visual presenters.

In addition, Hitachi's CP-WX11000 large venue projector provides 6500 lumens using WXGA resolution (1366x800) with an aspect ratio of 17:10, making the CP-WX11000 compatible with today's widescreen laptop computers while providing a 30 percent larger picture than a standard 4:3 projector. The CP-WX11000's 2500:1 contrast ratio with mechanical iris is automatically controlled to ensure the best image contrast and depth perspective during both bright and dark scenes.

The InFocus IN5534 large venue projector featuring DLP DarkChip liquid-cooled DMD technology with InFocus' own implementation of BrilliantColor has a brightness of 7000 lumens, WUXGA (1920x1200) resolution, and state-of-the-art motorized lens adjustments for greater installation flexibility. The IN5534 blends the best of legacy analog inputs with rich digital connectivity, giving you full access to a range of sources with maximum flexibility. Embedded wired and wireless DisplayLink ensures hassle-free, plug-and-project connectivity over USB every time. You can also choose PC-free playback via a standard USB stick with the InFocus LitePort to present the latest 16:9 or 16:10 video and computer formats from high-definition input sources. Additional features such as automatic ceiling detection and keystone correction ensure crisp, square, and centered images, while adjusting images to bowed or imperfect surfaces.

Mitsubishi XL6500U

Mitsubishi XL6500U

Mitsubishi FL7000U

Mitsubishi FL7000U

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division presents its XL6500U, which shines at 6000 lumens in XGA (1024x768 pixels) native resolution using three robust 1.3in. inorganic LCD panels that are durable and show brilliant, intense colors. This projector boasts a 4000-hour lamp life rating when operated in lamp-life-conserving low mode, and it provides electronically controlled zoom, focus, and lens-shift adjustments in fast and step modes to fit all screen types and sizes easily and quickly.

Mitsubishi also offers the FL7000U, the company's first 5000-lumen 1080p HD projector with a 1000:1 contrast ratio that uses three 1.1in. 3LCD inorganic panels. The FL7000U's 1920x1080 HD resolution makes it perfect for applications such as medical imaging, CAD/CAM designs, and geospatial mapping. The FL7000U can create side-by-side images for enhanced videoconferencing applications that include a live video feed and simultaneous presentations on the same screen.



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