5000 Lumen data projector with large 10.5′ x 7′ framed screen
This projector hire package is ideal for a large scale presentation to an audience of over 40 people, and up to 500 people.
The package includes a powerful 5000 Lumen data projector and a large format framed screen
For a data presentation, and PowerPoint presentations in a large venue, this projector hire package will satisfy up to 500 people.
The hire includes a large format framed screen measuring 10.5 x 7′ (3.2m wide x 2.1m high) The projector is a high powered 5000 Lumen Hitachi projector, posting many features including both vertical and horizontal keystone, and various contrast ratio settings, which will ensure a perfect fit of the image into the screen.
We will deliver the Projector and screen to your venue, and set it all up for you. This included connecting to your laptop and optimising the image resolution.
The hire also includes all cables required including extra long HDMI cables. These are included in the hire price.
If you require sound with your presentation, we can supply speakers at an additional price. If you have any questions, please call us on 0422 219 419.
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If your requiring a larger installation, talk to us about additional screens, or flatscreen TV’s on truss stands located throughout the venue. We can connect all of the screens to display the same image.
- FAST FOLD SCREEN
- Manufacturer: Grandview
- Image Size inches: 150
- Viewing Area: 304cm Wide _ 228cm High
- PROJECTOR 5000XGA 1024 x 768
- Resolution 3000:1 Contrast Ratio,
- 1.7 x Manual Zoom
- Auto Vertical Keystone Correction
- Remote Control
- USB Presentation Mode
- Easy to operate menu options
- Zoom function
- Keystone correction
- 2 computer inputs
- HDMI Input
- S-video input
- Audio Output
- Auto and Manual focus
5000 Lumen data projector with large 10.5′ x 7′ screen Ideal for larger events. The screen is a large format framed screen suitable for a room with up to 500 people. The Data projector is high resolution, and bright enough to overcome issues with ambient light.