Sanyo LP-XTC50 Projector With 2 Lamps Unveiled

Posted: Nov 6 2008, 1:04am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:29am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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Sanyo announces the LP-XTC50 projector featuring 2 lamps. This new commercial-use projector features the industry's first lamp selection system promoting easier projector maintenance, approximately 6,000 hours without the need of lamp maintenance, as well as offering other recent features simplifying maintenance for projectors, such as SANYO's proprietary `Active Maintenance Filter' (AMF) that saves on maintenance by automatically detecting clogs in the airflow to the system and scrolls the reel in the cartridge of filters to the next clean filter.

The LP-XTC50 also features advanced lens shifting, performing keystone corrections both horizontally and vertically while being able to be positioned or installed at almost any angle and setting. The Sanyo LP-XTC50 will be on sale in Japan starting from January 9, 2009, which is actually during CES 2009.
Via this Sanyo announcement.

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