The MX816ST DLP Short Throw Projector from BenQ is a powerful, versatile projector that makes beautiful, vivid pictures thanks to its Texas Instruments DLP imaging panel. DLP panels not only make vibrant, crystal clear images, they don't require filters that have to be periodically cleaned and changed.
The MX816ST offers a 78" (2 m) XGA picture in only 39" (1 m) with a 0.6 ultra short-throw ratio. The MX816ST also has four picture modes specialized for brightly lit rooms, presentations, viewing photos and watching movies plus two "user" modes that allow you to save your own picture preferences.
The MX816ST can do lots more than make beautiful pictures. For one thing, it can make them all over the world. It's got an international auto switching 100 to 240 volt 50/60 Hz power supply that draws only 270W. That drops to less than one watt in standby mode. The MX711 can project video in the NTSC, PAL and SECAM international video standards too.
And speaking of international, its OSD (on-screen display) offers your choice of 28 languages. The MX816ST can handle 720p, 1080i and 1080p high definition projection and it's also compatible with a couple dozen Macintosh and PC resolution / sync rates. It can also display closed captioning from programming sources that provide them.
With 3000 ANSI lumens at a 13,000:1 contrast ratio those images will be vivid, detailed and true-to-life even if you can't achieve theater-level darkness in your projection venue.
- Closed Captioning
- Display subtitles in video content without the need for an external closed-captioning device with the MX816ST. It's perfect for viewing in educational settings such as language classes where a transcript of onscreen dialog is desirable
- Built-In 10W Big Audio Power
- The MX816ST features one built-in 10W speaker to help enrich every lesson with top quality audio performances
- ecoFACTS declares BenQ's greatest efforts on the replacement of hazardous substances, material selection, packaging design, energy-saving design and other aspects of the products
- LAN Control with Crestron and PJ-Link
- LAN control is designed to help IT managers perform day-to-day projector maintenance and repair tasks efficiently and effectively - offering them full access and control over every projector directly from their workstations. The MX816ST offers seamless support for the Crestron and PJ-Link LAN control system
- Long Lamp Life at Up to 5000 Hours
- Enjoy a lamp life performance of up to 5000 hours in eco mode- longer lamp life expectancy of average projector lamps on the market. This certainly lowers the number of lamp changes and keeps all maintenance to a minimum
- No Source Detected Mode
- The automatic switch to eco blank mode after the projector is turned on for over three minutes without a display source, eliminating unnecessary energy waste and prolonging the life of the projector lamp
- SmartEco Mode
- The SmartEco mode, which cleverly adjusts the lamp power to maximize power saving by delivering the best contrast and brightness performance using only as much light as needed
- Eco Blank Mode
- The eco blank mode allows teachers to blank the projection screen whenever they need to direct their students' focus back on them - or simply when the projector is not in use. When activated, this special feature dims the lamp power automatically, lowering the total power consumption by up to 70%
- SmartEco Technology for a Greener Environment
- The MX816ST brings together uncompromised brightness, exquisite picture quality and optimized lamp life through innovative features
- On-Screen Display Languages
- Arabic / Bulgarian / Croatian / Czech / Danish / Dutch / English / Finnish / French / German / Greek / Hindi / Hungarian / Italian / Indonesian / Japanese / Korean / Norwegian / Polish / Portuguese / Romanian / Russian / Simplified Chinese / Spanish / Swedish / Turkish / Thai / Traditional Chinese (28 Languages)
- Picture Modes
- Dynamic / Presentation / sRGB / Cinema / User 1 / User 2
- 3D Support and Compatibility
PC: 120Hz frame sequential 3D for resolutions up to WXGA
PC: 60Hz top-bottom 3D for resolutions up to SXGA+
Video: 60Hz frame sequential 3D for resolutions up to 480i