Display a large image close to the screen with the BenQ MW632ST 3200-Lumen WXGA Short-Throw DLP Projector. It features a throw ratio of 0.72 - 0.87:1 to achieve this, increasing placement flexibility while reducing shadows on the screen. Its 13,000:1 contrast ratio is designed to enhance detail for sharper text, graphics, and video. The projector's connectivity options include VGA, S-video, composite, and HDMI video inputs, plus analog audio inputs, and VGA and analog audio outputs.
The MW632ST offers a built-in 10W speaker that will function even in standby mode, allowing the projector to also work as a speaker system. It is USB and RS-232 controllable, and includes an IR remote control for versatile manipulation options. In addition to the remote control, it also includes a VGA cable. Having a short throw ratio gives you the freedom of achieving a large image with the projector only a short distance from the screen. This will allow you increased placement flexibility and a more efficient use of available space. It will also let you move freely without casting distracting shadows on the screen, or having the projector shine into your eyes during a presentation.
The 13,000:1 contrast ratio in the MW632ST helps produce clear images with fine detail for sharper, easier to read text, graphics, and video for more memorable presentations. The 3200-lumen brightness of the BenQ MW632ST helps overcome most ambient light conditions to ensure your message will be seen clearly, even with the lights on. Compatible with today's digital sources, the MW632ST provides two HDMI ports to satisfy your digital connectivity needs as well as a VGA port for traditional analog sources.
Enabling a 96% fill factor, DLP Technology situates the pixel circuitry behind the pixel, thereby eliminating the thick, dark bezels around individual pixels, which diminish color and detail. A higher fill factor and less black border translate to noticeably smoother image quality. The MW632ST also features a 13,000:1 contrast ratio for enhanced rendering of small text, fine lines, and dark scene details. Blacks are deeper and overall image quality is more focused. Your presentations will be easily readable and effective.…more