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The XEED X600 uses LCOS panels to project seamless images that are faithfully reproduced without the 'lattice' effect. The world's first LCOS projector to feature native XGA resolution (1024 x 768 pixels), it offers an economical option for those seeking LCOS-quality projection.
The XEED X600's ultra-bright 3,500 lumens ensure that projected images are bright and clear, even in well-lit rooms or large venues. Canon's Advanced AISYS optical system optimizes the projector's light path, achieving powerful output from a compact, lightweight chassis.
Solving the contrast limitations of traditional LCOS projectors, AISYS yields a high 1000: 1 contrast ratio for rich, deep color tones as well as true blacks in dark areas. Incredible detail is provided throughout the entire image.
In Quiet Mode fan noise is reduced to just 31dBA, so viewers are not interrupted by an irritating background whir.
With a motorized Canon 1.7x wide-angle zoom lens, large images can be projected from a short throwing distance, giving great flexibility in projector placement. The lens is powered so that it can be operated from the control panel and the remote control handset. The lens coating prevents ghosting and flare.
The XEED X600 can be set up and controlled with minimal effort. With Auto Focus, the projector detects its distance from the screen, focusing accordingly. Auto Screen Color Correction adjusts image settings for optimized viewing on different screen colors. Vertical Keystone Correction is automatic, preventing trapezium distortion of the image. The X600 will also automatically detect which input port is in use.
The double frame-rate drive of the LCOS panels ensures smooth reproduction of moving images, without distracting flicker.
A connection via DVI (Digital Visual Interface) provides the best possible image quality from digital sources. The Aries supports the HDCP standard, allowing high quality playback of encrypted digital content. An optional Network Adapter enables control of the projector via an Ethernet network.