ViewSonic PA503X 3600-Lumen XGA DLP Projector

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Brightness of 3600 Lumens

XGA (1024 x 768) Native Resolution

1.96 to 2.15:1 Throw Ratio

HDMI, Composite Video, 2x VGA Inputs

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Enjoy bright images in many environments with the ViewSonic PA503X 3600-Lumen XGA DLP Projector. Its 3600 lumens of brightness can overcome ambient light in many situations, making it well suited for presentation areas such as boardrooms and classrooms. The 1024 x 768 XGA native resolution is suitable for displaying many file and document types, and it will accept video signals up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200) for higher resolution sources. The projector features a 1.96 to 2.15:1 throw ratio, which will allow you to place it near the back of the room in many installations.

The PA503X has one HDMI input for connecting digital high-definition sources such as Blu-ray players and HD cable/satellite boxes. It also has two VGA inputs for analog sources, and its VGA output will allow you to daisy-chain multiple projectors or displays so they can all display the same source. Analog audio input and output and an onboard 2W speaker will ensure that audio accompanies your video. The projector includes a VGA cable and an IR remote control.

SuperColor for Enhanced Color Accuracy

ViewSonic’s SuperColor technology features a six-segment color wheel and dynamic lamp control capabilities, helping to provide a wide color range.

3D Blu-ray Ready HDMI Input

This projector is suitable for connecting to any HDMI-enabled device, and can display 3D images directly from 3D Blu-ray players. 3D images can be viewed with optional ViewSonic PGD-350 Shutter Glasses, or any other compatible 3D glasses.

Quick Power Off

With the Quick Power Off feature enabled, the projector can be powered off in seconds rather than waiting for a cool-down cycle to complete. This lets users pack the projector away without having to worry about the internal fan still running.

Additional Features

Energy efficient SuperEco mode

Designed for reduced input latency