The Mitsubishi HC7000
is one of the newest projectors for home theater. Its new design, high contrast 72000: 1, improved auto iris operation, low noise and great color make it one of the best projectors on the market now for home cinema. The HC7000
is a limited distribution projector and is sold only through authorized Mitsubishi dealers.
Mitsubishi HC7000 Specifications Lumens:
1000 Contrast (full on / off):
72,000: 1 Resolution:
1920x1080, native 16: 9, three LCD panels with 160W lamp. Video compatibility:
1080p / 60/50/24, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i. Connection group:
Two HDMI 1.3 ports, one component YPbPr input, one VGA port, s-video, composite video, one serial port. Lens and Distance:
1.6x zoom / vertical and horizontal correction. Lamp life:
2,000 hours (5,000 hours in Eco mode) Warranty:
Advantage Excellent contrast:
has one of the best ANSI contrasts on the market, with its contrast of 72000: 1. The HC7000
has significantly improved the auto iris system compared to the previous models, HC5500 and HC6000. The iris adjusts more quickly and closes tightly when necessary. Color:
With the factory settings the color produced by the HC7000
is well saturated. The HC7000
produces a vivid image. Output Lumens:
lamp produces a maximum of 1000 ANSI lumens, and our sample measures 670 lumens in its brightest mode. This mode is ideal for rooms with moderate ambient light. If you're using low-light mode, either because it's too bright or you're trying to squeeze more life out of your lamp, the output light drops by 22%. Also, if you are using the telephoto lens, the light will be reduced by 20%. We therefore recommend that you try to avoid zooming as much as possible when projecting the image. The HC7000 is clearly designed for a dark room for home theater use. Installation flexibility:
The HC7000, in addition to zoom, has a vertical and horizontal alignment. The zoom range is 1.6: 1 which gives it an advantage over most DLP 1080p projectors, which typically use 1.2: 1 lenses. These two options make the HC7000 easy to install. Long Lamp
comes with a 2000 hour lamp in normal mode and 5000 in economy mode. The lamp price for the HC7000
is € 279, which means that the running costs are € 0.05 per hour. Quiet:
Since the launch of the HC5000, Mitsubishi has been known for quiet operation. They have managed to design the HC7000
even quieter than their previous models.
is designed to be used in a dark room. And it doesn't work as well when you want to use it in a room with ambient light.
The Mitsubishi HC7000
is first and foremost a cinema projector. Designed with contrast and color performance for this purpose. While other projectors are more versatile and can be installed in rooms with more ambient light, the HC7000
has the high contrast and quiet operation that make it an excellent choice for home theater.