• PT-DZ780

    7,000 lm / WUXGA / 1-chip DLP

PT-DZ780 DLP™ projector

Whisper-quiet 30 dB Operation at high brightness

Aimed at continuous 24-hour operation in public display and signage, as well as rental and staging applications, the DZ780 projectors feature a liquid-cooling system that reduces operating noise to just 30 dB when projecting at full lamp output power.

The dual-lamp projector outputs 7,000 lumens at WUXGA resolution and introduces a host of premium features, normally reserved for flagship large-venue projectors.

Dual lamps and Relay Mode enable continuous 24-hour operation while ensuring uninterrupted playback in the event of lamp failure and, for the first time at this level, high-end System Daylight View 2 joins Panasonic’s proven Dynamic RGB Booster and Detail Clarity Processor technologies to ensure vivid colour reproduction, exceptional detail, and high brightness, even in well-lit spaces.

Functionality is outstanding with geometric adjustment for curved-screen projection and multi-screen support with colour matching and edge blending. The PT-DZ780 is also compatible with the optional Geometric Manager Pro and Auto Screen Adjustment plug-in software that automatically sets up and calibrates projectors in a network for multiple or curved-screen projection.

In another exclusive for this class of projector, the DZ780 series is now compatible with Art-Net DMX, a protocol for lighting management. It also features DIGITAL LINK, allowing long distance transmission of up to 1080p content using a single cable connection of up to 150m (100m for WUXGA resolution).

The DZ780 series comprises the PT-DZ780 (7,000 lm, WUXGA), PT-DW750 (7,000 lm, WXGA), and PT-DX820 (8,200 lm, XGA).
 

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