Bring the Golden Age to Life with the New Mitsubishi Electric HC7000


Mitsubishi Electric is bringing the action to life with the latest edition to its home theatre range, the HC7000. Engineered and manufactured in Japan, this stylish, curvy and glossy black projector comes with full HD 1080p resolution and an amazing contrast ratio of up to 72,000:1 thanks to the new Diamond Black Iris and optical compensation panel. At just 17db, the fan noise is the quietest in the market thanks to an innovative cooling system, ensuring a distraction free home theatre experience.

The amazing image is achieved as a result of the inclusion of several new technological advances. The HC7000 comes with the latest high performance Reon-VXTM video processor with HQV (Hollywood Quality Video) technology. This processor provides high performance video scaling, which guarantees superior pixel conversion when images are being converted from 720x480p to 1920x1080p, as well as 14-bit digital gamma correction, which enables the projector to reproduce subtleties in dark images. The HC7000 also features an inorganic full high definition LCD panel, for the reproduction of vivid 1080P images with rich, deep blacks. Inorganic LCD panels also have a rated service life approximately 10x that of organic film panels, meaning the HC7000 is able to deliver years of high quality performance.  

“This is the projector for cinema enthusiasts,” said Stuart Baker, National Manager of Mitsubishi Electric Australia’s Visual Information Systems group. “The HC7000 is Mitsubishi Electric’s flagship home theatre projector and for good reason. Once you turn it on, you’ll be blown away by just how good the images are.”

Other features of the HC7000 include a 1.6x power focus and zoom, and motorised lens shift for easy horizontal and vertical adjustment. The projector has two HDMI v1.3 input terminals, and anamorphic lens compatibility for widening the range of cinema-scope images.

It also comes with a lamp life of up to 5000 hours, a 3D micro surface air filter, trigger terminal and illuminated remote control.

Specification Overview

Model name


Projection system

Transmissive liquid crystal system

Panel specs

Panel size

0.74type x3, Aspect ratio 16:9

Number of pixels

1920 x 1080

Drive system

3 primary colour liquid-crystal shutter system


Stripe pattern

Optical specs

Zoom / focus operation

1.6-power zoom / motorised

Lens shift

Motorised up-down 75% / right-left 5%

Throw ratio


Projection lens

f=23.5-37.6mm / 0.9â€-1.5†F2.5-3.1

Light source lamp**

160W (Shut Off Time 2000Hrs) with Low Mode (128W:Shut Off Time 5000Hrs)

Optical system

Mirror colour separation / prism synthesis system



Projection screen size (inches)



Brightness (maximum)

1000 lumens

Contrast ratio

72000:1 (Auto-Iris) typ.


VGA 640x480 – UXGA 1600x1200

Scan frequency

Horizontal (kHz)


Vertical (Hz)

24, 50-120

Input signal system


NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL (including PAL-M and N), SECAM, PAL-60,
Video input: 480i/p, 576i/p, 1080i 60/50, 1080p 60/50/24, 720p 60/50


PC/AT compatibles, Mac



PC input

Mini D-Sub 15 pin

1 terminal

HDMI input

HDMI terminal

2 terminals


RCA terminal

1 terminal


S-Video terminal

1 terminal


RCA terminal

1 terminal (component can also be input to Mini D-Sub 15 pin)

Serial / RS-232C standard

1 terminal (D-Sub 9 pin)


Trigger terminal

1 terminal


Digital keystone

Vertical 15 steps

Fan noise

17dB(A) (at low mode)

Power source voltage

AC100V 50/60Hz

Power consumption (W)

250 (in standby 7W)

Weight (kg)


Main unit dimensions


427 x 159 x 440mm (excluding height adjustment)


Supplied accessories

Power source cord (2.9m), Remote control, AA batteries (x2), RGB signal cable, RS-232C cable, Lens cap, Lamp replacement tray


* Specifications are subject to change without notice

**Approximate figure representing average operational life cycle

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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 $241.2 million in the year ended March 31, 2008.

For more information, please contact:
Claire Malyon
Text 100 Public Relation
T: 02 9956 5733