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Hitachi Rolls Out New 3LCD Projector

Hitachi has developed the CP-X3011 3LCD projector, which offers 3,200 lumens and a 2,000:1 contrast ratio. The new projector features 16 watts of built-in audio while maintaining a low noise rate of 29 dBA in Eco Mode. Additionally, the CP-X3011 features a lamp life of 3,000 hours in Standard Mode and 6,000 hours in Eco Mode.

Hitachi has developed the CP-X3011 3LCD projector, which offers 3,200 lumens and a 2,000:1 contrast ratio. The new projector features 16 watts of built-in audio while maintaining a low noise rate of 29 dBA in Eco Mode. Additionally, says the company, the CP-X3011 features a lamp life of 3,000 hours in Standard Mode and 6,000 hours in Eco Mode.

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The CP-X3011 features Hitachi's My Buttons functionality, which enables two programmable buttons on the projector to execute any command. It also allows users to rename input sources to suit their needs. Close captioning functionality is also available.

According to the company, the CP-X3011 includes a hybrid filter that only requires maintenance once every 5,000 hours, providing users with a lower total cost of ownership. With an Audio Pass-Through function, the projector can output audio in Standby Mode, allowing audiences to listen to external loudspeakers via the projector's audio output. A Power Saving Mode reduces the standby power consumption to 0.5 watts.

The CP-X3011 includes several other Hitachi functions, such as the Template Function, which allows users to select one of four free-line template that can be useful when writing on a whiteboard.

A Whiteboard Mode limits the peak white by changing the gamma curve. When the projector is used with a whiteboard, this feature limits brightness to protect the eye health of teachers and students.

Finally, the IR Remote Frequency Change Function enables the frequency of the IR remote control to be changed from the menu to avoid conflicts with fluorescent lights or IR signals from a notebook PC.



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