Panasonic PT-DW7000U Omaha NE

Panasonic's PT-DW7000U front DLP projector is the successor to the earlier, low-cost D7500 and D7600 designs. This model is equipped with three widescreen (16:9) custom DMDs you won't find in any other projector in Omaha.

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Panasonic PT-DW7000U

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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: May 1, 2005

By Pro AV Staff

Product: Panasonic PT-DW7000U front DLP projector

Company website: www.panasonic.com

Plus: Bright, high-contrast images; excellent color and white balance; multiple lens options

Minus: Not optimal with low-end signals

PANASONIC'S PT-DW7000U front DLP projector is the successor to the earlier, low-cost D7500 and D7600 designs. This model is equipped with three widescreen (16:9) custom DMDs you won't find in any other projector — they have an unusual pixel resolution of 1366x768 (Wide XGA), instead of the more common 1280x720 widescreen format.

Design

Like other Panasonic projectors, the PT-DW7000U offers a minimal connector complement. The input rack on this model is all analog, although there's an expansion slot for optional network, SDI, HD-SDI, and DVI input modules. There are also two sets of remote control inputs, one of which is RS232C with a loop out.

The rest of the cabinet is a simple, dark gray color. The rear panel has a triangle-shaped button pad with direct access to the four inputs, a shutter control, auto setup, lens shift/zoom/focus, and directional keys. The internal cooling fan, which changes speed with the lamp mode selected, can get noisy — however, a projector of this scale is likely to be installed some distance away anyway.

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