Used PT-DZ13K | For Sale Item# 39788

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Brand New PT-DZ13K from 2013.

Quantity 1
Condition Brand New
Year 2013
Location Europe
Case Type Single
Previous Use Other
Warranty 30 Day

Description

3-Chip DLP
2 UHP Lamps
In new unopened box.

What's Included

(1) PT-DZ13K

(Unit Price)
$30,150 USD
(Unit Price)
€27.500 EUR
Financing Available
Minimum Order of 1 Units
(Price for 1 units)
(Price for 1 units)
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Product Information

PT-DZ13K

PT-DZ13K

Panasonics original dual-lamp system, with its new 380 W* lamp, helps to make the body compact, while providing a full 12,000 lm of brightness** with 120 V AC operation.
The replacement lamp unit (ET-LAD310A/ETLAD310AW) can be used with all of the PT-DZ8700/PT-DZ110X Series*** projectors. This reduces the number of lamp types that need to be kept in stock when multiple projectors are used.

* For the PT-DZ13K/DS12K/DW11K. 355 W lamp for the PT-DZ10K.
** The PT-DW11K has 11,000 lm of brightness and PT-DZ10K has 10,600 lm of brightness.
*** PT-DZ8700/DS8500/DW8300/DZ110X/DS100X/DW90X.
Full-HD Ready WUXGA Resolution (PT-DZ13K/DZ10K)

The PT-DZ13K/DZ10K features native WUXGA resolution for full-HD viewing. This brings you lifelike projection of intricate, highly detailed images.


Dynamic Iris for a High 10,000:1* Contrast Ratio

Panasonics Dynamic Iris uses a scene-linking aperture mechanism to achieve a remarkable 10,000:1* contrast
without lowering its high brightness. This helps to reproduce deeper, richer blacks, and provides images
with more detailed textures.

* Full on/off, with dynamic iris set to 3.

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Used Video Projectors

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