Canon Projectors

Canon Projectors

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Answering to the needs of clients who do business in large settings, Canon recently revealed its first-ever LX-Series dual lamp projector, the LX-MU700, which brings high-brightness at up to 7500 lumens, WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200), DLP Tech, a 2100:1 contrast ratio, seven compatible lens options with motor-powered lens shift for installation flexibility, and a choice of connection and integration preferences ideally matched for use in display, digital signage and religious gathering purposes.

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Joining Canon’s other switchable lens projectors, the new LX-MU700 delivers an impressive proficiency of up to 7500 lumens when using both lamps, while also increasing reliability by helping to lessen projector downtime, which is a key issue for units connected in areas that may be difficult to access. This model also offers two switchable Colour Wheels, allowing users to enhance the content being presented. The “6 Segment-BRT” colour wheel highlights brightness for displaying charts, graphs and text with improved clarity, and the “6 Segment-COL” colour wheel accentuates colour accuracy for rich colours with great stability of mid-tones as well.

“As our initial dual lamp projector, the LX-MU700 is situated to deliver excellent results for our clients who need a hard-working, dependable device with enhanced dependability,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, president and COO of Canon U.S.A. “The expansion of our swappable lens projector line continues to demonstrate Canon’s commitment to the growing number of large venue projector users who need a higher level of illumination and resolution, with enhanced adaptability and affordability.”

Multipurpose Connectivity and Network Management

The remarkable range of video and control interfaces on the LX-MU700 expands applications and increases usability. These include HDMI, DVI-D, DisplayPort, 5BNC, VGA and a built-in HDBaseT receiver permitting uncompressed HD video, audio and control signals to be communicated over a single LAN cable with a maximum distance up to 328 ft. The LX-MU700 is works harmoniously with Crestron, AMX and Extron devices allowing control of multiple projectors on a system. The projector also supports PJLink which allows operators to control and oversee the projector over a network, a facet that is ideal for noticing lamp hours, use and more.

Streamlined Maintenance and Warranty Info

Vigorously premeditated, the LX-MU700 permits users to effortlessly swap the air filters and lamps without uninstalling the projector from most ceiling attached positions. The LX-MU700 is supported by the Canon Three-Year Projector and Lamp Limited Warranty (120 day lamp coverage), and the firm’s award-winning Professional Service & Support which consists of a Three-Year Advanced Warranty Service Exchange Program and a Service Loaner Program.

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