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Bringing power and versatility to the professional AV channel, Hitachi America, Ltd., Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division is introducing the CP-X605 model projector. Featuring advanced networking capabilities and a weight of only 13.2 pounds, the CP-X605 is ideal for education environments and large venues.

“In fixed-installation applications, we‘ve seen an increased demand for flexibility as well as performance,” said Pete Denes, vice president of sales, Hitachi America, Ltd., Ubiquitous Business Platform Systems Division, Business Group. “The networking features of the CP-X605 provide users with a wealth of remote monitoring and connectivity options, with absolutely no sacrifice in brightness or clarity.”

The CP-X605 offers a brightness of 4,000 ANSI lumens and a 1000:1 contrast ratio in Active Iris Mode. Additionally, it displays images via a 1.5x zoom lens that can enable projection on screens up to 100 inches and are outfitted with a bayonet lens that can support up to four optional lenses for specific application needs based on the size and environment of a room. The CP-X605 also features horizontal and vertical lens shift.

The CP-X605 can also be remotely controlled and maintained through a LAN network connection, providing the ability to network, control and maintain the projectors remotely. The network functionality also makes it easy to control multiple projectors in different rooms and to monitor for functions such as remaining lamp life.

The CP-X605 also features four built-in 3-watt speakers, eliminating the necessity of external speakers. A range of connectivity options are provided, including a full range of connectivity options such as RGB, composite, component, M1, and S-Video. The noise level is a quite 28dB in Whisper Mode.


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