The Sharp PG-D2510X XGA DLP Projector is a powerful corporate, educational or home theater projector which can display 720p/1080i high-def images that light up a screen with 2500 lumens at a crisp 1100:1 contrast ratio.
Excellent basic specs like these would be reason enough to purchase the PG-D2510X, but that's just the beginning. This projector offers 3D support with both 60 Hz and 120 Hz XGA and SVGA sources, as well as standard content. Now you can add a feeling of depth to your educational, corporate or architectural presentations to make them truly distinctive.
You'll also get remarkably vivid and saturated color, courtesy of Texas Instruments BrilliantColor DLP DMD imaging chip. BrilliantColor increases color accuracy and also increases color brightness by up to 50 percent over panels without it. And in addition to red, green and blue, its spectrum includes their complements: cyan, magenta and yellow. What's more, DLP projectors require no filters that have to be cleaned or replaced. TI's digital light processor chips are regarded as the best projector engines available by many videophiles. Once you've used the PG-D2510X we think you'll agree.
You'll find the PG-D2510X works almost everywhere. It's NTSC, PAL and SECAM compatible; it's got a 17 language on-screen display (OSD) and a power supply that can handle 100-240 VAC at 50/60 Hz.
When your venue doesn't have a screen handy you may end up having to project your presentation on to the wall. Educators will appreciate the projector's wall color correction feature that lets you use a whiteboard or blackboard when you don't have a screen handy.
To make sure you reach your entire audience, the PG-D2510X decodes and displays closed-captioning information from programming that provides it. Not only does it help the hearing-impaired, but it's ideal in noisy environments like the gym and it just might help you to remember some of that snappy dialogue in your favorite movie.