The Mitsubishi XD3500U XGA DLP Projector with 5000 lumens of projection power at a 2500:1 contrast ratio is a fully-featured, versatile and powerful unit that can light up any medium-to-large home media room, schoolroom or boardroom, even those with a lot of ambient light to contend with. The room will be filled with a crisp, vivid image thanks to the XD3500U's 0.7", 1-Chip DMD DLP imaging panel by Texas Instruments.
And it can be just about anywhere in the world. This projector has a 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz power supply and it can accept and project NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL-60 and SECAM signals as well as 720p (750p 50/60 Hz), 1080i (1125i 50/60 Hz) and 1080p (1125p 50/60 Hz) high-definition signals. With all those international standards, it's a good thing the onscreen display (OSD) offers a choice of twelve languages. Most current projectors can project in high definition. But most have only analog composite or component video inputs.
They're not bad but they're not HDMI, the all-digital signal path that keeps your high-def picture pristine, pure and crisp from your source (Blu-ray, cable, or satellite) to your projector. Similarly, DVI-D provides a pure digital path from your computer. The XD3500U's built-in RJ45 enables you to plug the projector into your LAN for remote monitoring and control. You can even set it up to email you when the lamp is nearing the end of its life. This projector has no duty cycle limitations. (Well, almost none. You should turn it off for one hour every week.) It's filter-free and rated for 24/7 operation, saving you time and offering hours of worry-free use.