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Optoma ep1690

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The EP1690 is a DLP projector manufactured by Optoma for its digital theater products. It can work using widescreen laptops, DVDs and high definition content.

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The Optoma EP1690 DLP projector has a native resolution of 1280 by 768 pixels. Brightness reaches 2500 ANSI lumens with a contrast ratio of 2500 is to 1. It uses DarkChip2 DLP technology from Texas Instruments to make sure that the images do not fade due to time. It uses a Widescreen Maximizer to match the distance between the screen …

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The EP1690 is a DLP projector manufactured by Optoma for its digital theater products. It can work using widescreen laptops, DVDs and high definition content.

Features

The Optoma EP1690 DLP projector has a native resolution of 1280 by 768 pixels. Brightness reaches 2500 ANSI lumens with a contrast ratio of 2500 is to 1. It uses DarkChip2 DLP technology from Texas Instruments to make sure that the images do not fade due to time. It uses a Widescreen Maximizer to match the distance between the screen and projector with the image projected. This projector has options for extensive connectivity, which includes DVI and HDCP, with inputs for video and audio. It uses a wind tunnel system of cooling to be able to minimize noise during its operation and avoid leakage of light. It weighs about 7 pounds and measures around 13.6 inches wide, 9.7 inches deep, and 3.7 inches high.

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