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Sanyo PLV-Z4

The Sanyo PLV-Z4 is an LCD projector manufactured by Sanyo Electric Co. It is capable of projecting a 720p high-definition video image, marketed for home cinema use. The unit requires external speakers to produce audio.

The projector uses 1280x720 LCD panels and has a dual iris system to adjust the brightness settings . The iris allows the device to increase the perceived contrast ratio of the projector.

The unit has an automatically controlled sliding door that covers the lens system.

Connections on the back of the unit provide one HDMI, two component video, one composite video, one VGA, and one S-Video.

There is a serial connection that is used for maintenance. There is no socket for automatically controlling a blind. The power requirements are 110–240v, 50–60 Hz. Maximum power consumption is 210W. Weight is 10.2 lbs (5 kg).

External links

  • Sanyo-PLV-Z4 at Projector Central
  • Panasonic and Sanyo Compatibility Table
  • Sanyo-PLV-Z4 Owner's Manual
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