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Professional Installation Projector 8000-lumen: PX800XG - Overview

Want high performance video processing with easy to use technology? The NEC PX800XG has all the features you need.

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High-performing, versatile and easy to use

The 8000-lumen NEC PX800X is a professional installation projector with dual lamps that provide intense light output. The projector’s advanced input panel includes HDMI, DisplayPort, USB viewer and dual computer inputs for quick-switching between presentations. The PX Series features the Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) technology, which is the first industry-wide standardization in option slots to simplify installation, use and maintenance, while offering input flexibility. Its networking capabilities include integrated RJ45, optional high-speed wireless (LAN IEEE 80.11b/g) and several Windows networking features.

The PX Series features integrated HQV™ technology, a high-performance video processing/scaling system designed for computer signals, standard or high-definition video. Its edge blending functionality enables seamless blending of multiple projected images to display a single high-resolution image, while the lens shift capability provides greater installation flexibility with 50% vertical lens shift and +/- 10% horizontal lens shift.

NEC PX800XG at a glance

  • HD/SD SDI input card using OPS technology
  • Stacking correction capabilities (up to four projectors) allows the projectors to boost an image's brightness up to 32,000 lumens
  • Complete line of (6) bayonet-style lenses with built-in lens memory, electronic zoom, focus and lens shift
  • HQV™ technology delivers superior home theater video processing
  • HDMI input connects you to high-definition sources
  • Crestron RoomView Connected™
  • Integrated RJ-45 and/or wireless LAN quickly connects to the LAN for control or image transmission using Windows Network Projector and/or Remote Desktop

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