Compact, lightweight design
The VPL-DX100 has a compact and lightweight body with a small footprint of approximately 315 x 75 x 230.5 mm (12 13/32 x 2 15/16 x 9 1/16 inches) and a light weight of approximately 2.5 kg (5 lb 7 oz).
Auto power saving functions
The brightness of the lamp’s output is automatically adjusted depending on the brightness of the projected image, to avoid unnecessary power consumption. After 10 seconds of a static signal feed, the lamp dims by approximately 15%, which is hardly noticeable. If one of these projectors is left powered on while not in use, after a set period of time it will automatically detect no change of signal input and will dim the lamp to as low as approximately 30% of original brightness to significantly reduce energy consumption. The VPL-DX100 can also temporarily disable video signal output.
Long-lasting lamp and energy saving design
By incorporating high-performance lamp and advanced lamp-control technology, the VPL-DX100 offers a recommended lamp replacement time of 7,000 hours (in low mode). The VPL-DX100 offers remarkably low power consumption, allowing users to make significant savings on their electricity expenses. With a single push of the ECO MODE key on either the projector or the supplied Remote Commander™ unit, user can select an energy-saving setting from the ECO Mode menu.
RGB and HDMI inputs
VPL-DX100 includes a speaker (1 W) and a variety of interfaces (RGB, HDMI) that accept a variety of inputs signals.
Brilliant colour performance with 1.2x optical zoom lens
The VPL-DX100 adopts a 3LCD projection system incorporating three LCD panels. This system enables each projector to present bright and natural images. By combining an advanced generation of inorganic LCD panels that utilise Sony’s BrightEra™ technology with a 3LCD projection system, the VPL-DX100 offers high picture quality and brightness.
12-bit 3D gamma correction and I/P conversion and film mode
The VPL-DX100 projector incorporates 12-bit 3D gamma correction circuitry to perform highly accurate gamma correction, achieving smoother gradations and a richer grey scale. Smooth, high-quality images are reproduced using a high performance processor for I/P conversion. Source signals suitable I/P conversion are processed automatically, and extremely accurate images are reproduced.
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