Manufacturer’s Description

The HD1000U is a home entertainment 720p high definition projector that does not compromise on image quality. This native 1280x720 widescreen DLP projector is built with the latest BrilliantColor technology from Texas Instruments which significantly boosts whites and mid-tones delivering bright high quality images. It shines bright at 1500 ANSI lumens and includes a sharp 2500:1 contrast ratio, with an ultra-quiet 25dBA (low mode) noise level making your viewing experience even more pleasurable.

The Specs

Additional Specifications
Frequency Band Multiply options for viewing formats - 720p (16:0), XGA (4:3) and Cinema scope (2.35:1)
normalized-Weight 104
Minimum Lens Aperture F/2.4
normalized-Brightness 1500
Graphic Mode WXGA
Throw Ratio 2.4 to 2.6:1
Maximum Horizontal Sync 80 kHz
Product Line Home Cinema
Color Depth 16.7 Million Colors (24-bit)
Input Scan Format 720p
Min Focal Length 23 mm
Product Model HD1000U
Included Devices Cabling (Video)|Remote Control
Maximum Lens Aperture F/2.6
VGA In Yes
Compatible Aspect Ratio 4:3
Economy Mode Lamp Life 3000 Hour
Output Scan Format 720p
Max Focal Length 27.6 mm
Video Standards HDTV|NTSC (Full)|NTSC 4.43|PAL|PAL-M|PAL-N|SECAM
normalized-Height 99.06
Zoom Type Manual Zoom
Maximum Vertical Sync 80 Hz
Brand Name Mitsubishi
Number of HDMI 1
Native Resolution 1280 x 720
Quick Glance
Interface Connection HDMI Yes|Composite Video Yes|VGA Yes|USB Yes
Display Type DLP Projector
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Brightness 1500 lm
Contrast Ratio 2,500:1
Max Resolution 1280 x 1024
Lamp Features
Light Source Power 200 W
Light Source Life 2000 Hour
Other Features
Noise Rating 31 dB
Warranty Information 1 Year
Weight 6.50 lbs
Dimensions 3.90" Height x 12.20" Width x 9.60" Depth
Height 3.9 in
Width 12.2 in
Depth 9.6 in
More Info
Lens Features
Min Projection Distance 56"
Max Projection Distance 33.17 ft
Min Diagonal Image Size 40 in
Max Diagonal Image Size 275"
Image Quality
Broadcast Format Supported HDTV
Broadcast Format Displayed 720p
Video Broadcast Standards NTSC|PAL|SECAM

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