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SharpVision DT-510 Projector

720P Home Theater Projector
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The SharpVision DT-510 Projector is a 720P Home Theater Projector. This lamp based projector is capable of displaying 1,000 Lumens at its brightest setting with a native resolution of 1280x720 . The internal DLP technology touts higher contrast, less visible pixels and more portability. This projector was first available for purchase in February 2007 and has been by SharpVision.

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SharpVision DT-510 Projector Specifications


MSRP
$1,799
Status
Discontinued
Released
February 2007
Warranty
1 Year
User Reviews
(2) Review this Projector
 
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Brightness
1,000 ANSI Lumens
Resolution
1280x720
Aspect Ratio
16:9 (HD)
Contrast
4,000:1
Dynamic Contrast
4,000:1
Display Type
0.62" DLP x 1
Color Wheel
6 segments
Color Wheel
5x speed
Color Processing
8-bit
Video Modes
720p, 1080i, 1035i

Lamp Type
220W SHP bulb
Lamp Life
3,000 hours

Included Lens
1.15x manual zoom , manual focus
Optional Lenses
No
Lens Shift
No
Throw Distance
4.6' - 19.7'  Calculate Throw Distance
Image Size
40.00" - 200.00"
Throw Ratio
1.36:1 - 1.58:1
Projector Placement
For a
"
diagonal screen, place the projector lens between 9'-10" and 11'-6" from the screen.
Digital Keystone
Vertical only

Projector Size
4.73" x 12.40" x 11.40"
Weight
8.8 lbs
Audible Noise
29 dB
Internal Speakers
No
Power
303 Watts 100V - 240V
Connection Panel
Component: RCA x 2
Composite: RCA
HDMI
RS232: DB-9pin
S-Video
VGA In: Dsub-15pin

Features
Anamorphic Ready
2:3 Pulldown
Additional Features
Anamorphic DVD Capable

 

ANSI LUMENS  is the most commonly accepted industry standard brightness measurement. The ANSI lumen rating measures the brightest white that a projector can produce by averaging nine light meter measurements taken across the projected image.

Manufacturer Cited Brightness:

BUYER BEWARE   Either this projector's brightness specification does not cite an industry-accepted unit of measurement, or according to our calculations it seems unlikely that this projector is capable of producing the manufacturer's cited brightness specification.

Manufacturer Cited Brightness: