Sony VPL-EW455 3500 Lumen WXGA 3LCD Projector - White
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- 3500 Lumens Brightness
- 1280 x 800 (WXGA)Native Resolution
- 1.37 to 1.8:1 Throw Ratio
- VGA Output for Loop-Through
- S-Video, Composite, 2x VGA, 2x HDMI-In
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
The Sony VPL-EW455 3500-Lumen WXGA 3LCD DLP is a quiet, compact and powerful projector. It features 3500 lumens of brightness and a 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for enhanced images in rooms with ambient light. The Sony projector sports a 1280 x 800(WXGA) native resolution for clear data and images at most viewing distances. The projector is powered by a 3LCD display system which assuring natural and vivid colours. The projector lamp has a long life of up to 6000 hours in normal mode. It can project up to a 300" diagonal screen size which makes it suitable for large venues. The projector also features a 1.37 to 1.8:1 throw ratio and a native 16:10 aspect ratio.
The Sony projector is well equipped for external control and source connections with S-video, composite video, USB Type-A, USB Type-B, two VGA, and two HDMI inputs. A VGA output enables you to send the video signal to another projector or display. The Sony projector also has an Ethernet port for LAN control and projection.
With up to 3500 lumens light output, the Sony’s BrightEra projection engine is designed to deliver enhanced panel light resistance, panel reliability, and brightness for improved color and clear image.
The brightness of the lamp is automatically adjusted depending on the brightness of the projected image to avoid unnecessary power consumption. When showing darker images that don't require high brightness, lamp output decreases.
The Sony projector comes with a lamp-dimming function. It dims the lamp by approximately 15% after 10 seconds of a static signal feed. If the projector is left powered-on when it is not in use, it will dim the lamp to as low as 30% of total brightness. After a set period of time to further reduce energy consumption.