SYDNEY 24 October, 2007 – A quality, high definition home theatre projector is now more affordable than ever before with the release of the Mitsubishi Electric HC4900 projector. The HC4900 has a great combination of features for its price such as the 1080p high resolution, 7500:1 contrast ratio, and the offering of both HDMI and DVI connectors to ensure the best signal quality from the video source.
Adding to the appeal of the HC4900 is the extremely low noise levels, just 19db in low mode, so that the drama of a quiet scene is not interrupted by the whirring of the projector. The projector has a long lamp life of up to 5000 hours and when it does need changing there is convenient side access for quick lamp changes.
"People shouldn't have to compromise on picture quality because of price. This projector means consumers can have a great home theatre and not have to break the bank to afford it", said Thomas Seeto, Director, Mitsubishi Electric Australia.
The HC4900 has been designed with three C2 Fine inorganic LCD panels that are more durable and provide a more colour-consistent, even-toned image than previous generation LCD panels. A protective filter is added to the LCD block housing to help reduce dust landing on the LCD panels, producing cleaner images.
The HC4900 has a sleek, black design and features power zoom and focus, plus lens shift to provide you with flexible options for installation. It also includes a trigger terminal which is great for those who have a motorised projection screen. When the projector is switched on, this will automatically drop the screen, a great feature for a projector at this price point.
About Mitsubishi Electric Australia
With more than 30 years of experience in providing reliable, high-quality products to both corporate clients and general consumers, Mitsubishi Electric Australia is a recognised leader in the marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment used in information processing and communications, space development and satellite communications, consumer electronics, industrial technology, energy and transportation. The company has offices in the major states and recorded total revenue of $249.5 million in the year ended March 31, 2007.
For more information about Mitsubishi Electric Australia visit http://www.mitsubishielectric.com.au/