H H C C 2 2
1100 ANSI lumens bright
600:1 contrast ratio
SVGA 800 x 600 true resolution
(600 video lines)
up to 300"
SXGA (compressed) 1280 x 1024
(diagonal measure) projected onto
a wall or screen.
Component video support
HDTV input signal support
Greater brightness and
ColorView, sRGB for rich,
for maximum enjoyment
Learning remote control
in a variety of lighting conditions.
Home theater gamma color
Portable and flexible
Adjustable color temperature
less space and is portable so it
can be stored and used when and
Supports both 16:9 widescreen
where you need it.
or 4:3 NTSC standard formats
2500 hours maximum lamp life
Simple to setup and use
Digital keystone adjustment
connect a videogame console,
(vertical and horizontal)
PC or home theater system and
enjoy the mega-screen experi-
2-year parts & labor warranty
ence in minutes.
Ultraportable 6.5 lbs.
HC2 Home Entertainment Projector
1100 ANSI Lumens brightness and high 600:1 contrast for maximum
enjoyment in a variety of lighting conditions
Realistic life-like video images from Mitsubishi's exclusive 3D CineView
HDTV-compatible to accommodate future technology enhancements
4:3 Aspect Ratio for full-screen use of PC, videogame and TV/sports
16:9 Mode for movies to ensure maximum cinematic enjoyment
Long-life lamp mode for economical use
Learning remote so 1-remote controls most DVD players and VCRs
3 meter video cables included for added value
What you need to know
Before you buy a
projector for your home.
Ease of Operation –
It is important for a home projector to be
easy to use. From how you set it up and connect your projector
to all other devices, to how you adjust for the best picture, it
should be simple and easy.
For home entertainment, higher resolution is not
necessarily better. Standard definition video only needs up to
525 video lines. Resolution as low as 960 x 540 can compress
and display HDTV signal proportionately, so it's called 1/4HD.
Most projectors are HDTV-compatible, meaning they can accept
an HDTV input signal, and display a compressed but proportion-
ate, simulated 16:9 wide-screen image.
Brightness is only as significant as the ambient light
your room has when you use the projector. A brighter room
needs a brighter projector.
Contrast Ratio –
This is an important measure of display
performance for projectors at home. With the right brightness
level and contrast ratio, a home projector can display movies as
good as a theater.
Lamp Life –
Projector lamps have finite lives. Extended lamp life
is up to to 2,500 hours. Some projectors allow users to operate
in a reduced-brightness mode which may extend lamp life by
up to 50%.
LCD-type projectors such as Mitsubishi's HC2
produce exceptionally vibrant and realistic colors. With LCD tech-
nology you are assured of a crisp, dynamic image that is perfect
for all home theater applications.
Warranty & Reliability –
A projector is a major investment
for most families. Most projectors bear a 2-year warranty. Make
sure the warranty covers both parts and labor as projector parts
can be very expensive to replace. Some manufacturer warranties
may seem longer, but they only cover service or labor.
©2003 Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. Standard features, options and specifications subject to change
without notice. Home entertainment photos courtesy of Draper, Inc.
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