Panasonic Projector PT-D7700E-K
4000:1 Contrast Ratio
Experience the Difference - Vivid Colours and Richer Blacks
To Only a projector that offers superior brightness and contrast can give you vivid, faithful reproduction of images that have both light and dark areas, such as a starship in outer space or a face partly cloaked in shadow. A projector like Panasonic’s PT-DW7000E series.
The PT-DW7000E series combines outstanding 6,000-lumen brightness with 4,000:1 contrast*. Also featuring Texas Instruments DLP™ technology and unique 16:9 wide-aspect panels (1,366 x 768), this 3-chip DLP™ projector truly excels in the projection of various sources.
The PT-DW7000E series also adds features such as Dynamic Iris, which improves contrast by matching the lamp output to the input signal. The liquid-cooled optical engine boosts both reliability and durability while greatly reducing operating noise.
The PT-DW7000E series is suitable for a wide variety of applications, from boardrooms, conference rooms, and post-production to broadcasting.
* With the Dynamic Iris set to 3
|PT-D7700EK||PT-D7700EK 7000 ANSI SXGA+ DLP 4:3 Projector (No Lens)||£15,237.50|
|ET-LAD7700||Replacement lamp unit (single)||£490.88|
|ET-LAD7700W||Replacement lamp unit (set of two lamps)||£822.46|
|ET-LAD7700L||Replacement long-life lamp unit (single)||£490.88|
|ET-LAD7700LW||Replacement long-life lamp unit (set of two lamps)||£822.46|
|ET-PKD75S||Low ceiling mount bracket||£490.88|
|ET-DFD75||Dual stacking mount bracket||£2947.64|
|ET-D75LE6||Zoom lens (0.9 –1.1:1)||£7293.30|
|ET-D75LE1||Zoom lens (1.5–2.0:1)||£3795.00|
|ET-D75LE2||Zoom lens (2.0–3.0:1)||£2872.70|
|ET-D75LE3||Zoom lens (3.0–5.0:1)||£2872.70|
|ET-D75LE4||Zoom lens (5.0–8.0:1)||£3795.00|
|ET-D75LE8||Zoom lens (8.0 –15.0:1)||£8858.45|
|ET-D75LE5||Fixed focal length lens (0.8:1)||£5316.45|
|ET-MD77SD1||SD-SDI/network board (480i, 576i)||£1310.98|
|ET-MD77SD3||HD-SDI/SD-SDI/network board (480i, 576i, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1035/60i, 1080/60i, 1080/50i, 1080/25p, 1080/24p, 1080/24sF, 1080/30p)||£3727.62|
|ET-RMRC2||Wireless mouse receiver||£54.00|
*Please note all prices shown are exclusive of VAT
3-Chip DLP™ Technology in a Sleek, Compact Body
A Light, Compact, 3-Chip Large-Venue DLP™ Projector - The PT-DW7000E series combines a 3-chip system based on DLP™ technology with a high-precision optical system developed using Panasonic's exclusive technology. Panasonic has dramatically reduced the cabinet size, creating a unit with only one-fifth the volume of conventional large-venue 3-chip DLP™ projectors. With a weight of 22.0 kg (48.5 pounds), the PT-DW7000E/E-K can go places other bulky 3-chip projectors with DLP™ technology have never gone before.
Superb Image Quality
Native 16:9 Panels - The PT-DW7000 is the world’s first 3-chip DLP™ installation projector with 16:9 wide aspect panels. Unique to Panasonic, these panels let the PT-DW7000E/E-K project wide-screen images without sacrificing the superior image quality provided by DLP™ technology. They also fit more information onto a PC screen.
Image Quality from 3-Chip DLP™ Technology - DLP™ technology delivers outstanding image resolution. In 3-chip systems with DLP™ technology— considered among the world’s most advanced projector engines—a DLP™ chip is allocated to each of the red, green, and blue signals. This gives systems with DLP™ technology superior light utilisation for high brightness, digital processing for low noise and linear white balance, extended device life for minimal image degradation, and a quick response that eliminates afterimages.
Powerful 6,000 Lumens - In addition to the 300-watt UHM™ lamp, the PT-DW7000E series incorporates digital and optical technologies that maximise the DLP™ technology advantages. They deliver 6,000 Lumens of brightness, offering superior colour reproducibility.
Astounding 4,000:1 Contrast Ratio with Dynamic Iris - Panasonic’s original Dynamic Iris achieves a dramatically improved contrast ratio of 4,000:1 in the PT-DW7000E series. Dynamic Iris constantly monitors the input signal, and adjusts the intensity of the light source to match it. This highly advanced function provides high-speed, linear response to changing images with 256-step precision. It also combines with dynamic gamma control to produce deep, rich blacks while preserving the brightness in the lighter portions of dark scenes.
16-Bit Colour Depth for Film-Like Natural Image - Applying 16-bit drive to each of the RGB panels produces 8 times the level of expression (a total of 24 times for all three RGB panels) of conventional 13-bit drive devices. This system creates extremely smooth tonal expression with approx. 65,000 shades of gradation.
Dynamic Sharpness Control - The Dynamic Sharpness Control circuit adjusts the video signal waveforms based on the difference in the brightness of adjacent pixels for a sharp, clear picture that is relatively unaffected by signal noise.
High Reliability and Easy Maintenance
Liquid-Cooling System - In systems with DLP™ technology, the microscopic mirrors of the DLP™ chip turn the light on and off. During the off period, light is directed away from the lens. Handling the heat from this light is a major point in maintaining the long-term performance of projectors with DLP™ technology. Panasonic’s newly developed liquidcooling system extends projector performance and attains a high level of reliability.
Dust-Resistant Optical Block - The dust-resistant design of the optical block helps ensure that 3-chip projectors with DLP™ technology will continue to deliver crisp, sharp, high-resolution images over an extended service life.
Dual Lamp System and Lamp Relay Function - The use of two lamp systems increases brightness and eliminates the need to interrupt a presentation if a lamp burns out (in dual lamp operation mode). In single lamp operation mode, the lamp relay function greatly extends continuous operating time.
Optional Long-Life Lamp - A long-life lamp that stretches lamp life to 4,000 hours is available as an option. In single lamp operation mode, the lamp relay function allows non-stop operation 24 hours a day for up to 47 weeks without replacing the lamps. The use of UHM™ lamps dramatically cuts operating costs.
|System||DLP™ Projection system|
|Device||0.95" (diagonal) DLP™ chip (x 3), 4:3|
|Pixels||1,470,000 (1,400 x 1,050) x 3|
|Lamp||300 W UHM™ lamp x 2 (BriteOptic™ Dual Lamp System)|
|Brightness *1||7,000 lumens (dual lamp)|
|3,500 lumens (single lamp)|
|Contrast ratio*1||4,000:1 (full white/full black, with dynamic iris set to “3”)|
|Resolution||1,400 x 1,050 pixels*2|
|Screen size||70"– 600" diagonal|
|70"– 300" diagonal, 4:3 aspect ratio with the ET-D75LE5|
|RGB input scanning
|fH 15 –100 kHz, fV 24 –120 Hz, Dot clock 20–162 MHz|
|Component signal||480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720/60p, 1035/60i, 1080/60i,1080/50i, 1080/25p, 1080/24p, 1080/24sF, 1080/30p|
|Video signal||NTSC, PAL, SECAM, M-NTSC, PAL60, PAL-M, PAL-N|
|S-Video In||Mini DIN 4-pin|
|RGB1/YPBPR IN||BNC x 5|
|RGB2 IN||D-sub HD 15-pin|
| Optional board slot
| RS-232C/422 IN
||D-sub 9-pin female|
| RS-232C/422 OUT
||D-sub 9-pin male|
|REMOTE 1 IN||M3 jack|
|REMOTE 1 OUT||M3 jack|
|REMOTE 2 IN||D-sub 9-pin female (parallel)|
|Lens shift*3||Powered; horizontal ±30%*4, vertical ±50%*4|
|Keystone correction range||±40° with ET-D75LE2|
|±19° with ET-D75LE5|
|±28° with ET-D75LE6|
|Installation||Front/rear, ceiling/floor (menu selection)|
|Power cord length||2.5 m (8.2´)|
|Power supply||220–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz|
|Power consumption||800 W (800 VA) (15 W during standby mode with fan stopped)|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||530 x 200 x 540 mm (20-7/8" x 7-7/8" x 21-9/32") (without lens and lens hood)|
|Weight*5||Approx. 22.0 kg/48.5 lbs (without lens)|
|Operating temperature||0°–40°C (32°–104°F)|
|0°–35°C (32°–95°F) (dual lamp, lamp power: high)|
|Operating humidity||10% –80% (no condensation)|
|Supplied accessories||Wireless/wired remote control unit|
|Batteries for remote control unit|
|Remote control cable|
1: Measurement, measuring conditions, and method of notation all comply with ISO 21118 international standards.
2: Input signals that exceed this resolution will be converted to 1,400 x 1050 pixels.
3: Shift range is limited during simultaneous horizontal and vertical shifting.
4: Vertical ±60% with the ET-D75LE6.
5: Average value. May differ depending on models.