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These are some of the following specifications that may make your decision in what projector is right for you

1. Brightness (Ansi Lumens):
Projectors come in a wide range of light output. All other things being equal, the brighter the projector, the more it costs. When it comes to "optimum brightness" the rule is simple: Get the brightest projector you can afford.

Brightness is measured in ANSI (American National Standards Institute) lumens: the brighter the projector, the higher the ANSI lumen rating.
In today’s market, projectors can be grouped by ANSI lumen output as follows:

Less than 1000 lumens – these are the lowest light-output projectors available today, and they are typically the least expensive. If you are on a tight budget, there are a number of products in this category that may be perfect for your needs. Keep in mind that the low light output means that you will want to make your presentations in a dark or dimly lit room so that the image on the screen is not washed out by ambient room light. None Available as they do not support many of the features need in today's computers

1000 to 2000 lumens – this lumen range is a step up in performance and price. There are many SVGA and XGA products in this class to choose from. These machines are suitable for normal business conference room, classroom use and for home theater use. Presentations should be done with the room lighting reduced somewhat for best screen viewing, although dimly lit room is usually best.

2000 to 3000 lumens – this represents the high-performance range of the portable and semi-portable projectors. Products in this class are suitable for large conference rooms, Large classrooms and Really lit Home theater. They offer more flexibility in terms of ambient room light, since the image is bright enough that a reasonable amount of room light can be tolerated without washing out the image. They also offer more flexibility in terms of audience size since they can illuminate a larger screen without much loss of image quality.

3000 lumens and up – the ultra-bright projectors are in several performance classes unto themselves, ranging from 3000 up to 12000 lumens or more. Prices of these products also cover a wide range depending on other performance characteristics. They are used in a variety of large venue applications, including board rooms, conference rooms, training rooms, auditoriums, churches, concerts, nightclubs, and so forth.


The Dell™ 2300MP DLP Projector is an ideal combination of high brightness and XGA resolution. With 2300 ANSI lumens (max)1 brightness and a super high 2100:1 (full on/full off) contrast ratio, the Dell™ Projector projects bright, captivating and stunning images from anywhere in a mid-sized room. This advanced projector features DLP™ DDR technology powered by the DDP2000 and native XGA (1024x768 pixels) resolution with auto sync to UXGA for sharp, clear projections. With 1.2x manual zoom and manual vertical keystone correction, the Dell™ 2300MP helps you project that perfect picture. It provides incredible connectivity with support for PC, multiple video and RS-232 inputs and a full range of television and video standards — including NTSC, PAL, SECAM and HDTV (480i/P, 576i/P, 720P, 1080i). To preserve lamp life and improve acoustics, an Eco-mode is available which allows 2500 hours of life from the lamp, and a sound level of only 34 dBA. The multi-language On-Screen Display (OSD) allows image adjustments and the ability to change a variety of settings. Sporting a ventilation-optimized design, the Dell™ 2300MP Projector easily blends into conference rooms, classrooms, and homes. It comes complete with a sleek hard carrying case which allows easy, no hassle transportation from room to room and a full feature IR remote control for those times when you need to be in a different part of the room from the projector.

WT 610 Shoert throw LCD Projector New Short Throw WT 610 NEC LCD Projector.
The WT610 is the perfect fit for tight cubical training spaces, classrooms and tradeshow booth environments where there is limited space and obstacles to the view. Business meeting rooms have become smaller and while normal front projectors require a throw distance of feet, the WT610 can achieve up to a 80”inch screen display in less than 18 inches. In tradeshow settings, counter space is at a premium and the WT610 with its short throw distance, vivid graphics and video display can enhance customer interaction without reducing the booth display area. In a classroom environment, the projector can be moved to the front of the class giving the instructor more freedom to interact with the students without worrying about stepping in front of the projected image. More information
The iPAQ MP4800 DLP Projector delivers the highest performance available in any micro-portable projector with a style that will compliment any conference room. The iPAQ MP4800 utilizes Digital Light Processing (DLP) to deliver bright, crisp XGA-resolution (1024 X 768) images and a superior 800:1 contrast ratio. Mobile users needing to incorporate multimedia into their presentations will find that iPAQ MP4800 includes integrated audio, video, stereo sound and High-Definition TV support. The iPAQ MP4800 delivers all this performance in a style that adapts to any conference room. The ultra-quiet unit operates at less than 36 decibels, while the versatile form factor can be used as a tabletop projector, set on a tripod or mounted to the boardroom ceiling. The unit also features a Lamp-Saver mode, which can extend bulb life up to 50 percent and lower the noise output to 34 decibels, yet still delivers incredible brightness.

Dell 2400MP Projector

Bright 3,000 ANSI Lumens (Max)1

Excellent high contrast ratio of 2100:1 (Full on/Full off)
5.5 lbs. (2.5kg) and only 4" (101mm) high
Integrated zoom lenses and automatic vertical keystone correction
DLPTM LVDS technology from Texas Instruments
Native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution with auto synchronization to UXGA (1600 x 1200)
Eco-mode option for quiet operation and extended lamp life (up to 2500 hours)
Full connectivity — Supports PC, S-video, composite video, component video via VGA and RS-232 connectors
Supports full range of television and video standards, including NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL M, SECAM and HDTV (480i/P, 576i/P, 720P, 1080i)
Up to 3-years limited warranty23 with Advanced Exchange4 Service5 (90 days on bulb)
Includes all relevant cables, a remote and a drop-tested hard carrying case.

What is DLP® LVDS Technology?

DLP technology is an all digital chip that uses millions of micro mirrors that reflect light to create lifelike, razor-sharp pictures with vibrant colors and high contrast ratios in projectors. Thanks to the DLP chip's architecture and unparalleled response time, it's ideal for sports, fast action video and gaming. The Dell 2400MP incorporates the latest generation of DLP technology with LVDS data transmission technology which increases the switching speed of the DLP chip for enhanced video performance. The 2400MP combines super high brightness, DarkChip3TM and BrilliantColorTM the latest in color reproduction technology from Texas Instruments to deliver the ultimate in projector performance.

Sanyo PLC-XP45 LCD projector is loaded with features including full HDTV compatibility, power zoom and focus, digital keystone correction, 16x digital zoom, dual computer and video inputs, auto switching universal power, progressive scan system for high quality video, and an unbelievable 3500 ANSI lumens of power!  Now with a amazing 800:1 contrast!
Sanyo XP56/L XGA 5000 Lumens (.8 lens)

The Sanyo PLC XP56 projector is designed to be installed in large venues such as auditoriums, lecture theatres and large conference rooms. The Sanyo PLC XP56 projector at 9.2kg is a heavy projector and is ideally ceiling mounted in one location. If you are planning to keep moving the projector between locations, then consider a lighter projector instead.

The brightness of a projector determines how large an image can be displayed on screen and therefore the audience size. Projector brightness is measured in ANSI lumens. The higher the number of ANSI lumens, the brighter the projector is. All our projectors are designed for indoor use and cannot be used in direct sunlight. The Sanyo PLC XP56 has 5000 ANSI lumens which is extremely bright so that images can be projected onto screens which can easily be seen by many hundreds of people.

This projector is for use with computers that display a 1024x768 pixel image. You can check the resolution of your computer on a Windows computer by opening the Control Panel and double-clicking on the Display icon. Then click on the Settings tab. The 1024x768 (XGA) resolution is currently the most commonly used.

The Sanyo PLC XP56 projector can be used with video recorders, DVD players, video cameras, satellite systems, TV games consoles and other video sources.

This projector has built-in sound but this gives limited volume. If high quality or high volume sound is required then consider connecting to an amplifier or surround sound system (home cinema or professional). Computer sound can be played through the existing computer speakers which is normally adequate for computer presentations in small rooms.

The PLC-XF40 from Sanyo - one of the world's largest and most successful manufacturers of LCD projectors - is a truly professional, high-end device for fixed installations. A brightness of 7700 ANSI lumens and 700 : 1 contrast ratio guarantee powerful presentations. The PLC-XF40 is ideally suited for fixed installations in very large presentation rooms and movie theaters. Thanks to its powerful brightness, this projector is also suited for open-air broadcasts of sporting events and large events in broad daylight as well as for the projection of large-scale advertisements at airports or train stations. The resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels (XGA) can even be increased to SXGA or UXGA resolution levels using DRIT (Digital Realized Interpolation Technology). A new 4-lamp system with four 200W lamps ensures fail-safe operation, if one of the 4 lamps fails, the projector switches to 2-lamp operation automatically. The available range of optional lenses is the same as with previous models; all of these lenses can be used without difficulty with the PLC-XF40 as well. With the power shift function, users can vary the position of the lens to the screen by up to 100% vertically. Various high-end connectors are available for use in a professional environment. The component interface for high-quality video transmission - using separate red, green and blue transmission - produces very sharp images with extremely accurate color quality. The DVI interface provides a direct connection between the digital image source and the projector. Loss of signal quality during transmission is now a thing of the past. The new progressive scan system also ensures an excellent video image. DVD and HDTV compatibility is also included with the PLC-XF40 of course. Additional functions like Freeze, Digital Zoom and No Show round off the extensive list of features of this projector.


Projection Screens for Rent
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6' x 6' Fastfold Screen
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7.5' x 10' Fastfold Screen
7.5' x 10' Fastfold Screen Truss
8' x 8' Fastfold Screen
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9' x 9' Fastfold Screen
9' x 12' Fastfold Screen
9' x 12' Fastfold Screen Truss
10' x 10' Fastfold Screen
10.5' x 14' Fastfold Screen
10.5' x 14' Fastfold Screen Truss
12' x 12' Fastfold Screen
11' x 31' Fastfold Screen
12' x 16' Fastfold Screen Truss
15' x 15' Fastfold Screen
15' x 20' Fastfold Screen
16' x 16' Fastfold Screen
16' x 21' Fastfold Screen
Dress kits are same price as screens
LCD Projectors
EPSON 7250 (1024x768-1300ANSI Lumen)
EPSON 8000i (1024x768-2200ANSI Lumen)
Sanyo XP10 XGA 1900 Lumens
Sanyo PLC-9000 XGA 2100 Lumens
Sanyo XF10NA XGA 3000 Lumens
Sanyo XF10NA XGA 3500 Lumens
Sanyo XP56/L XGA 5000 Lumens (.8 lens)
Sanyo PLC-XF40 GA 7700 Lumens
Lens Short 1.2:1. Semi 3.5:4.6:1, Long 7.0:1
HP 2000 DLP Projectors
Barco lens (1.5 - 3.0)





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