Native XGA resolution
The LV-7370 is capable of delivering powerful, vibrant images thanks to its native XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) resolution. 3000 lumens brightness ensures that projected images can be viewed easily, even in larger rooms or environments with high levels of ambient light.
500:1 contrast ratio
Enjoy subtle gradations of colour, as well as the deep blacks essential for accurate image reproduction, with the LV-7370’s impressive 500:1 contrast ratio.
Near silent operation
Noise levels during operation of the projector have been kept to a minimum. The LV-7370 emits just 29dBA in Quiet Mode, ensuring that those using and watching the projector’s high-quality images experience minimum disruption and distraction.
1.2x wide zoom lens
With a wide-angle 1.2x zoom lens, large images can be projected from short throw distances. A maximum display of 300” (610 x 457cm) is possible with the LV-7370, but it is also able to deliver a 100” (203 x 152cm) image from just 3.1 metres.
Auto Keystone Correction
Image distortion occurs when a projector is tilted in relation to the screen - but with Auto Keystone Correction, misalignment is electronically adjusted to create the optimum image. The Auto Keystone feature can be adjusted for inclines of up to +/- 30 degrees vertically. Screen Colour Compensation is a further practical setting: with nine options, including Greenboard and Whiteboard modes, it helps to correct the distortion of colours caused by the coloured surface.
Ease of use features
With a carry handle incorporated into the main unit, the LV-7370 is extremely portable. It features a light, neutral colour scheme that blends in with interior designs. Lamp replacement is easy, even when the projector is mounted on the ceiling, thanks to an opening on the top surface of the unit. A specially designed lens cover prevents dust from entering the projector.
Powerful audio output
A built-in speaker with 7W RMS output is capable of providing audio loud enough to fill relatively large meeting rooms.
Network and DVI connections
An RJ-45 port enables control and monitoring of the projector over a network. An HDCP-enabled DVI terminal allows for sharp reproduction of digital sources.