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Sony VPL-VW50

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The VPL-VW50 SXRD is a front projector for the home theater created by Sony. It can project pictures looking as realistic as it can using the SXRD technology.

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The Sony VPL-VW50 SXRD front projector has a full line resolution of 1080 pixels. It has a contrast ratio of 15000 is to 1 and 3 SXRD panels that have a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels. The projector makes use of an ARC-F lens or All Range Crisp Focus lens, the technology of a Real Color Processor, a silent fan, and a lamp life that…

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The VPL-VW50 SXRD is a front projector for the home theater created by Sony. It can project pictures looking as realistic as it can using the SXRD technology.

Features

The Sony VPL-VW50 SXRD front projector has a full line resolution of 1080 pixels. It has a contrast ratio of 15000 is to 1 and 3 SXRD panels that have a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels. The projector makes use of an ARC-F lens or All Range Crisp Focus lens, the technology of a Real Color Processor, a silent fan, and a lamp life that is improved. It has a picture size of 40 to 300 inches when measured diagonally in Wide Mode upon projection. It also has several inputs, for S-Video, Component Video, and a mini DIN 4pin network connection. It is compatible with computers, Videos, NTSC, SECAM, PAL, and other color systems. The projector makes use of a LMP H200 lamp for illumination.

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