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Sharp Lights up Australia's Lounge Rooms With New Home Theatre Projector

  • 27 July, 2004 13:38

<p>Sydney, Tuesday July 27, 2004- Sharp today announced a new Home Theatre Projector designed specifically to display widescreen DVD images.
The $2499 Sharp XV-Z10E boasts a resolution of 854x480 pixels, allowing true 16:9 reproduction to get the best out of DVD movies.</p>
<p>The projector’s 1000 ANSI Lumens bulb and three 0.54” LCDs produce bright, crisp and colorful images at all times, with a six-step colour temperature adjustment and four-position gamma correction function allowing fine adjustments of image quality to suit any environment.</p>
<p>A joystick-like control called the “Lens Shift” makes it easy to set the projector’s 1:125 short throw lens to display an 100” image over distances between 3.0 and 3.8 metres, while a six-position memory preserves these settings for instant setup in your favorite viewing spots around the house. Images from 25” to 200” can be displayed.</p>
<p>Input can be accepted from computers and PAL or SECAM video sources. HDTV compatibility is built in. The projector can also be switched between 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios, offers an Eco mode to extend bulb life to 4000 hours while keeping fan noise to just 32 db. The unit weighs just 2.7kg.</p>
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For more information, please call 1300 135 530</p>
<p>Images available upon request.</p>

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