Sanyo PLC-XU86 Multimedia Projector Reviews

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Specification for Sanyo PLC-XU86 Multimedia Projector

Main Features
Type LCD Projectors
Type LCD Projectors
Image Brightness 2,000 - 2,999 ANSI
Image Brightness 2,000 - 2,999 ANSI
Main characteristics
Type: LCD Projectors
Display Technology: TFT Active Matrix
Image Brightness: 2500 ANSI lumens
Contrast Ratio: 500:1
Platform: PC Mac
Form Factor: Portable
Native Resolution: 1024 x 768
Image Size (Diagonal): 40 in. - 300 in.
Image Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (Standard)
HDTV Formats: 480i 720p 1080i 575i 1035i 480p 575p
Analog Video Format: NTSC NTSC 4.43 PAL PAL-M PAL-N SECAM
Technical Features
Audio Output: RCA Jack 3.5 mm Mini Jack
Interface: USB RS232C (mini DIN-8 pin)
Video Input: 15 Pin D-Sub VGA 4 Pin - Mini DIN (S-Video) Composite Video DVI-I
Lamp Type: UHP
Light Source Power: 200W UHP
Light Source Life: 200 Hours
Networking Capabilities: Wired Networking Wireless Networking
Other Features
Speakers Output: 1 W
Height: 7 cm
Width: 29.5 cm
Depth: 20.8 cm
Weight: 2.6 kg

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“Although the xu86 is not touted as an HD capable PJ it...”


written by mecineman on 07/04/2010

Although the xu86 is not touted as an HD capable PJ it is able to display HD images via DVI, or component to 15pin D-sub adapter. The latter should, however, not be dismissed as a poor mans connection for those who wish to enjoy their Blu-Rays or HD-DVDs', more as an alternative to the DVI input. This hookup may come in handier for those who wish to display images from ,say, a ps3 but need to access the HD audio via HDMI to go to a Home Cinema reciever. This is how i've used this unit for nearly 5 months now, and can safely say as long as you remember its' limitations you should be more than happy with the image it can produce. Be careful not to over saturate the image in the setup menus' and you'll be fine. Ps3 users wishing to display HD games and Blu-Ray on a budget this is just for you.

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