|Projection Distance||1m - 10.0m (100"@3.32m)|
|Image Size||75 cm - 761 cm|
|Lamp||Type: Metal Halide)|
Lamp Power: 240 Watts)
Lamp Life: 3,500 hours / 7,000 hours (eco)
|Brightness||2000 ANSI Lumens|
|Audio||Built-in Speaker: Yes ( 8W Cube )|
|Power consumption MAX||Normal: 310W|
|Special Feature||Keystone ±40° (Vertical)|
Lens F=2.6-2.7, f=22-24mm)
Light Source Life, Dynamic Eco-Mode (Hours) 3500/7000)
Color Depth 1.07 Billion Colors)
Ports HDMI, 3.5mm Audio Out, 3.5mm Audio In
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||348x234x107mm|
|Warranty||2 Years Projector 1 Year Lamp|
ViewSonic PX725HD 2,000 Lumens 1080p Home Projector
ViewSonic PX725HD is a 1080p projector with stunning color performance delivered via a 6X Speed RGBRGB color wheel and ViewSonic's exclusive Cinema SuperColor technology. PX725HD projects razor-sharp images in incredible Rec. 709 color so you can experience movie scenes with the same cinematic color that the director intended. Personalized image customization is made possible via ISF certified calibration, which enables technicians to fine-tune projector settings to match your usage and preferences. PX725HD's innovative vColorTuner color profile exchange tool takes customization to the next level by allowing users to exchange specially created color profiles to deliver a more versatile cinematic color experience. Updating PX725HD software is made simple via ViewSonic Projector Software Update which is available online and enables you to keep your projector firmware up to date conveniently and easily. Dual HDMI ports and SonicExpert technology allow you to experience excellent HD video and audio in the comfort of your living room, making PX725HD a complete home theatre projection solution.
The projector achieves incredible international Rec.709 HDTV standard for color accuracy for producing the jaw-dropping, cinematic color you would expect at a movie theater.
The 6X Speed RGBRGB color wheel optimizes Rec. 709 color by using a special coating that filters segments of the RGB spectrum to intensify reds, blues, and greens, while also focusing on hue and saturation enhancement to project images with smooth color gradients.