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Mitsubishi HL2750U Projector

Posted on April 7, 2009
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People all too often confuse "high-resolution" with "detail-oriented". Unfortunately, however, Mitsubishi is not referring to those details. The Mitsubishi HL2750U Projector features a hardly respectable SXGA+ (resolution of 1,400 x 1,050), so you can forget about this device handling your much loved Blu-ray films in full HD glory. The 3,100 ANSI lumens of brightness should be enough for brightly or mildly lit rooms.

This 10.8 pound beamer touts a lamp life of about 5,000 hours, various lens options, digital horizontal and vertical keystone correction, Ethernet/RS-232c ports, as well as array of video inputs. You have the choice to play it nice with optional OL-XL2550 lenses for personalized installations. This allows you to go for long throw distances when the need arises. It can throw images ranging from 40 inches to 300 inches in size.

The Mitsubishi HL2750U Projector uses inorganic LCD technology to double its life span compared to units in the same class available on the market. It has a 600:1 contrast ratio. Connectivity options include D-Sub, PC, and DVI-D with HDCP. Clearly, we are recommending you to look elsewhere for a dedicated home theater. We suspect that you will agree with us after forking out $3,995 for this projector.

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