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Sanyo PDG-DHT100L DLP projector

SANYO, one of the world?s largest manufacturers of LCD and DLP projectors adds the PDG-DHT100L, a professional class 1080p native resolution single chip DLP projector, to their broad line-up of projectors. Key features include a dual lamp system that allows for increased light output and user changeable twin color wheel system that increases color reproduction and light output efficiency and SANYO?s Active Maintenance Filter for extended maintenance cycles. The projector is also compatible with SANYO?s exclusive Uncompressed HD Data Wireless Transmission System, which is available as an option.


The PDG-DHT100L is the brightest of its class with an incredible 6,500 lumens, and is compatible with a Full HD (1920 X 1080) signal. Contributing to the increased light output efficiency, the PDG-DHT100L is outfitted with two 330-watt HP bulbs and a twin color wheel system. The high brightness projector answers a growing need for projectors to perform in brighter environments, particularly for theaters, auditoriums, or large lecture halls.

?The two-lamp PDG-DHT100L is perfect for brightly lit rooms wanting the best in graphics, video or both together,? says Mark Holt, the Vice President and General Manager for SANYO?s Presentation Technologies Division. ?Moreover, it?s practically maintenance free with our latest optical engine, 24/7 lamp interval function and exclusive AMF system that controls dust automatically. Plus the picture-by-picture and picture-in-picture capability makes this the perfect projector for any size venue.?

The PDG-DHT100L has a twin color wheel system that offers increased color reproduction and light output efficiency, and comes with two different user-changeable color wheels that are optimized for either high brightness or rich color reproduction. The projector ships with the color wheel that is optimized for higher brightness. A second color wheel that is optimized for rich color reproduction is included in the package. Either of these color wheels can be easily changed for intended applications by users. Also, a built-in Color Matching function corrects variations in color reproduction when using more than one projector for edge blending applications.

The projector is also equipped with a new, dust-resistant sealed optical engine and the Industry?s longest lasting*** 25,000 hour-use Active Maintenance Filter. The sealed optical engine prevents dust build-up, while maintaining optimal brightness and contrast. These problems have traditionally been difficult to overcome, causing reductions in projection quality. The AMF system automatically detects airflow and advances clean filter material as needed. The integration of the new optical engine and the AMF system prevents dust from entering the lamp area and allows enough airflow to keep the projector cool at all times. The increased dust resistance and longer lasting filters promote extended durability and reliability.


It also offers RJ45 jack and USB port network connections, input connections like HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, S-video and five BNC connections, nine-pin serial port for input and output and a VGA output. It also offers compatibility with Sanyo?s Uncompressed HD Data Wireless Transmission System.

The Sanyo PDG-DHT100L projector is priced at $21,995 without a lens and will be available in March. You can opt for the optical HD data Wireless Transmitter at $1,895 but it also requires an HD data Wireless Receiver Board which will cost you about $895.
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Re: Sanyo PDG-DHT100L DLP projector

The advanced lens function with power vertical/horizontal lens shift plus a 360-degree vertical tilt, allows the projector to be positioned almost anywhere, including the ceiling or the floor.
Other Specifications:
  • Native resolution: True HD 1920 x 1080 (UXGA dot resizing possible)
  • Contrast Ratio: 7,500:1
  • Brightness (typical): 6,500 ANSI lumens
  • Screen Size: Minimum 50″, maximum 600″
  • Uniformity: 90%
  • Video inputs: HDMI, DVI-D (w/HDCP), Mini D-sub 15, BNC x5 (RGBHV, VIDEO/Y-Pb/Cb-Pr/Cr), S-video
  • Monitor out: D-Sub 15
  • Serial Port: D-sub 9 (in & out)
  • Communications: USB, RJ45
  • Expansion slot allows for a variety of optional upgrades including wireless HD
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SANYO?s Uncompressed HD Data Wireless Transmission System was able to overcome the traditional weakness of distance by using signals in the 5GHz bandwidth, and by adding multiple antennas to enable the transmission of a large amount of data at one time.
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