Mitsubishi x80u xga 1500 Ansi Lumen LCD Video Projector
Description - mitsubishi x80u lcd video projector
Looking for a stylish, highly functional projector, but don't require an extremely
powerful ANSI lumen brightness? Chances are you'll find our LVP-X80U projector
to be the right choice. Weighing only 7.7lb(3.5kg), this unit recreates images
in XGA resolution (SXGA compatibility) using 1500 ANSI lumens and maintains impressive
high picture quality through the utilization of advanced image reproduction and
enhancement functions like Natural Color Matrix™ (w/Color Saturation), sRGB Mode
compatibility, and Color Uniformity. Numerous other features such as 2-Live Picture-in-Picture,
Digital Keystone Correction, Digital-Expanded Zoom and a Remote Controller come
standard to improve presentation impact and ensure operation ease.
of the Mitsubishi X-80U LCD projector:
The powerful 1500 ANSI lumen rating of the X80U and S250U LVP projectors
recreates vivid, high-resolution images anytime, anywhere. Click
Incorporating the latest data and image processing technologies, projectors
with SXGA resolution (1,280 x 1,024) projection compatibility provide
the reproduction of high-definition images in bright, true-to-life color.
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Natural Color Matrix is an original technology developed by Mitsubishi
Electric for use in the lineup of LVP projectors. The special algorithm
created gives the polysilicon panel display technology used in the company's
projectors color spectrums equivalent to that of CRTs. The six basic colorations
(RGB and YMC) can be adjusted separately, enabling vivid reproduction
of even the most subtle colors such as pastels and flesh tones Click
The Color Uniformity Correction feature is another one of our newly developed
original technologies that has recently been introduced for practical
use.This feature takes a sample of a color square at the center of the
screen and then matches the colors over the entire image with the sampled
data to create uniform hue.Eliminating the problem of dissimilarity in
colors, which is common to LCD systems, enables Mitsubishi to ensure sharp,
vivid colors for true-to-life image reproduction. Click
2-Live Picture-in-Picture enables the presentation of images from two
separate sources such as DVD and computer at the same time, effectively
doubling visual information and presentation impact. Using this feature,
a smaller image is inlaid in a corner of the main screen. Either still
or moving images, or a combination of both can be projected simultaneously.
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Sometimes it's not possible to set up the projector perpendicular to the
screen. This can cause distortion to the image projected. Digital Keystone
Correction readjusts trapezoidal and jagged screen images that result
from oblique image projection to give an undistorted picture. Click
This feature allows you to choose a section of the main screen image and
magnify it. As the data of the selected section is magnified via digital
signal processing, details of the enlarged image remain true to the original.
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Ports are provided for multiple data sources including computer, video
and RS-232C serial port connections. (picture below)
A universal serial bus (USB) port is provided for connecting a USB mouse.
This feature adds greater convenience and ease for projector operation.
A laser pointer is featured in the handheld remote control unit, allowing
you to quickly and easily pinpoint or highlight specific parts of an image
on screen. Click for Picture.
Every LVP Series projector is equipped with an on-screen operations menu
that is available in multiple languages. Simply choose the one that best
fits your needs. Click for
Product Specifications - mitsubishi x80
lcd video projector
panel x 3
RGB : Mini D-sub
15pin x 1
1024 x 768 (Total
2,359,296 pixels), 540 video lines
RS-232C x 1 (Direct
command is available DIN 8pin)
NTSC, NTSC 4.43,
PAL (including PAL-M, N), SECAM, PAL-60
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