Our brightest projector to operate on household current, the Eiki LC-X800 sports the same optical and input configuration features that have made Powerhouse series projectors legendary for large venue applications. New with the LC-X800, 3LCD+One imaging adds discrete yellow control to high contrast inorganic imaging, for vivid color.
12,000 ANSI lumens bright with 90% uniformity and a 4000:1 contrast ratio.
Native XGA resolution. Compatible with inputs up-to UXGA and WUXGA.
Supports analog and digital video input in all color standards up-to 1080p.
Durable inorganic 3-panel LCD imaging engine with a high contrast ratio.
10-bit color processing. 3LCD+One imaging expands color richness.
Supplied without lens. Range of power zoom and focus lenses available.
Vertical and horizontal power lens shift and digital keystone correction.
Includes a full set of analog and digital computer and video inputs.
Optional input modules are available for customization, including dual SDI.
Optional network interface module for browser-based projection management.
Self-advancing cartridge air filter reduces maintenance: up-to 11,000 hour life.
Power lens shift travels down as well as up, making inversion unnecessary.
Mechanical shutter for true black screen in "No Show" mode.
Includes wireless/wired Remote Control.
3 year projector warranty.
Eiki video / computer projectors are found in classrooms, training rooms, conference rooms, boardrooms, houses of worship, auditoriums, theaters, entertainment technology applications, digital signage installations ... anywhere high quality digital imaging is needed. For expert advice and the presentation resources you need, talk to your EIKI Dealer ... the "pro" in video projectors!
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