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The JVC LX-WX50 is the ideal projector for classrooms, conference
rooms, training rooms, higher education and houses of worship. It
produces 5000 lumens of stunning, high-contrast presentations with
incredible image detail and rich, vibrant, true-to-life color. 3D Ready
5,000 ANSI Lumens and High Contrast Ratio
High-definition 1280 x 800 widescreen resolution
High Quality Images with DLP Technology
1.6 x Wide zoom ratio
Vertical Lens Shift, with Keystone and Corner Correction.
Equipped with 2 HDMI, Analog-PC, Component and Video
Various LAN Control Protocol(Crestron eControl and RoomView / PJ Link
compatible / AMX compatible)
Upper Lamp Door
3D Ready Edition
Most helpful customer reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Like a shining light
By Thomas P. Grotenhuis
Bright as can be. It is pretty good size which would limit portability, but the picture can be easily seen in the daylight. Only drawback is that all of that brightness gives off a lot of heat.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Bright projector for a great price.
By Jim O
Purchased for my son's business. The 5000 lumen brightness allows an earlier start for movies or displaying videos in well lit rooms. Really nice projector for the price. Solidly built, would have been nice for a carry case option. Third party supplier was able to fit that bill.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Wow installed as a test in a professional color correction room
Colorists in the motion picture industry were blown away by this projector. Color accuracy and sharpness were impressive. These guys look at $100k projectors all
Day on the same screen grading trailers and prime time tv shows. Hard bunch to please. But this projector. 5k lumens to boot. Why does Best Buy want 1600 for the same one AmaZon is selling for 450?
RIP Brick and Mortor.