TITLE

Brightest multimedia projector on the market?

PUB. DATE
March 2004
SOURCE
Management Services;Mar2004, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article features the LV-7555 multimedia projector from Canon. Improved circuitry allows connectivity to virtually every multimedia device and an optional kit enables network connectivity. Progressive circuitry gives good image quality, including superior reproduction of High Definition input. To overcome the difficulty of projecting effectively in situations where it may not be possible to switch off the lights, Canon has introduced a Turbo Bright System to take the projector from 4,000 to 4,600 lumens. This assures image clarity, even in well-lit environments. In low light or darkened room conditions, several projectors struggle with projecting areas that should be black. These areas can be tainted with a light gray coloring if the lamp is too bright. The LV-7555 projector's Auto Image Mode automatically compensates for this effect by measuring ambient light and adjusting lamp output accordingly for balanced brightness. The projector's improved circuitry reduces flicker and produces cleaner diagonal lines, titles, and sub-titles by converting interface signals into high-image quality signals. To prevent clarity reduction that can occur when contour correction is applied, input signal components are individually analyzed and processed accordingly with the Intelligent Digital Sharpness function.
ACCESSION #
12802219

 

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