The XGA resolutionBenQ MP575 Digital Projectoris a powerful, versatile projector that makes beautiful, vivid pictures thanks to its Texas Instruments DLP imaging panel. DLP panels not only make vibrant, crystal clear images, they don't require filters that have to be periodically cleaned and changed.
TI's patented DLP imager features an innovation it calls BrilliantColor. Unlike other technologies such as LCD that use just three primary colors to produce the image, DLP Technology with BrilliantColor uses up to six separate colors. BrilliantColor not only improves color accuracy, it brightens secondary colors as well. This combination increases the brightness of the colors by up to 50 percent over DLP projectors without BrilliantColor for accurate, true-to-life images.
The MP575 also has four picture modes specialized for brightly lit rooms, presentations, viewing photos and watching movies plus two "user" modes that allow you to save your own picture preferences.
But the MP575 can do lot more than make beautiful pictures. For one thing, it can make them all over the world. It's got an international auto switching 100 240 volt 50/60 Hz power supply that draws only 275 watts. That drops to less than one watt in standby mode. The MP575 can project video in the NTSC, PAL and SECAM international video standards too.
And speaking of international, its onscreen display (OSD) offers your choice of 24 languages. The MP575 and handle 720p, 1080i and 1080p high definition projection and it's also compatible with a couple dozen Macintosh and PC resolution/sync rates. It can also display any of the four standard closed captioning channels from programming sources that provide them.
With all of those possible inputs you may find that you have multiple sources plugged into your MP575 at the same time. With Auto Input Search activated it will automatically switch to the one that's got the live signal.
This projector has beautiful images in its blood. BenQ was the first company to use BrilliantColor technology in its projectors. With 3000 ANSI lumens at a 2600:1 contrast ratio those images will be vivid, detailed and true-to-life even if you can't achieve theater-level darkness in your projection venue.
You can password-protect your MP575 from unauthorized use and for physical security there's a Kensington slot with which you can use an optional Kensington security cable.