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The H5380BD DLP Home Theater Projector from Acer features a native resolution of 1280 x 720 (720p) and can also scale video from a variety of HD and SD sources up 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) resolution. Its single-chip DLP imaging device is backed up by a 3000-lumen lamp that is estimated to last 5000 hours in the brightest setting. To help the projector adapt to different throw distances and screen sizes, the lens features a 1.1x optical zoom with a 1.55 to 1.7:1 throw ratio.
The H5380BD supports connection to a variety of video sources, including Blu-ray Disc players, cable boxes, computers, and more. It features an HDMI input with MHL support so you can charge your mobile device while it is connected. There are also S-video and composite inputs paired with stereo analog audio inputs for viewing legacy devices like VCRs and SD camcorders. An audio output allows you to connect amplified speakers, a receiver or sound system, and there is a built-in 2W speaker for those times when you don't have access to separate audio.
Single Chip DLP Technology
Uses a combination of a chip covered in millions of micro-mirrors and a color wheel to produce an image. DLP features less spacing between pixels and better contrast than many comparable LCD-based systems
1.55 to 1.7:1 Throw Ratio
Throw ratio is one of the most important specifications a projector lens has as it tells you the image size (width) you will get at a given distance from the screen. For example, at the 1.05x zoom setting and an 11' 9" distance this projector will throw an 87"-wide (100"-diagonal) image.
A single OSRAM type lamp provides 3000 lumens brightness in Normal mode, and is estimated to last 5000 hours. To determine the ideal brightness level for your application, you will need to take into account the screen width, distance from the projector to the screen (throw distance), amount of ambient light near the screen, and the reflectivity (gain) of the screen surface used.
16:9 Native Aspect Ratio
16:9 is standard "widescreen" format of HDTV, and is ideal if you plan to show HD video. The projector can show 4:3 too; however, black bars (pillaring) will have to be applied, or the image will have to be stretched or cropped to fit.
Supports DLP Link Active 3D
DLP Link technology takes advantage of the high scan rate of the DLP imager in order to sandwich 3D sync data between video frames. This requires compatible active 3D glasses as well as a 3D source that can supply DLP Link sync data.
An RS-232 port allows the projector to be operated using separately available control software or using an automation system such as Crestron.