1080P High-Definition Theater Projector

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Dimensional Drawings
High-Definition DLP®
Home Theater Projector
18 11/16 (475)
16 5/32 (410.2)
[unit: inches (mm)]
7 25/64 (187.5)
16 5/32 (410.2)
Optional Accessories
3-RCA to 15-pin
D-sub cable (10’/3 m)
DVI to 15-pin
D-sub adaptor
DVI cable (10’/3 m)
0.95” (1,920 x 1,080 dots) DLP ® Chip by Texas Instruments
DMD™ chip
2,073,600 pixels (1,920 x 1,080)
Number of pixels
1000 TV lines (DTV 1080P input), 580 TV lines (video input)
1080P, 1080I , 720P, 576P, 576I, 480P, 480I
WSXGA*2, WXGA, SXGA+, SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA, Mac 21"/19"/16”/13”
HDTV compatibility
Computer RGB input signals
Video color systems
1:1.35 manual zoom and focus
40” – 300”
Projection size
13’5” - 18’2” (4.1m – 5.5 m) for 16:9 wide 100” screen
Projection distance
1,000 ANSI Lumen (in High-Brightness Mode)
Contrast ratio
12000:1 (in High Contrast Mode)
Input terminals
5RCA (component) x 2, RCA video x 1, S-video x 1
RGB terminals
HDMI (digital video component & RGB) x2, DVI-I x1
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz (multi-voltage)
Power source
Power consumption
320W (Lamp setting: Bright)/265W (Lamp setting: Eco + Quiet) with AC 100V
310W (Lamp setting: Bright)/260W (Lamp setting: Eco + Quiet) with AC 240V
33 dB (Lamp setting: Bright), 31 dB (Lamp setting: Eco + Quiet)
Fan noise
220W (SHP)
Projection lamp
Lamp life*1
3,000 hours (Lamp setting: Eco + Quiet)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
18 11/16” x 7 25/64” x 16 5/32” (475 x 187.5 x 410.2 mm) (Including adjuster legs and lens)
18 11/16” x 6 51/64” x 16 5/32” (475 x 172.5 x 410.2 mm) (main body only)
20.7 lbs. (9.4 kg)
Lens cap, power cord, backlit remote control, two AA batteries, operation manual
Supplied accessories
Design and specifications are current as of September 2006 but are subject to change without notice.
* High Definition Television (HDTV) Monitor Defined by CEA (Consumer Electronics Association, USA) to 16:9 aspect ratio monitor or display with active vertical scanning lines of 720 progressive (720p) and higher.
* DLP® and the DLP logo are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments.
* All company and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers. Sharp makes no warranties or representations of any kind with respect to these products.
*1 The lamp life may vary depending on the usage condition.
*2 When a 1,920 x 1,080 signal input, the image is compressed before it is displayed on the screen.
1080P High-Definition
Theater Projector
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Full HD Panel with High-Resolution Reproduction and Native 12000:1 High Contrast Ratio – Incredible High-Quality Home Theater Projector
High-Performace Projection Capability
Full HD Panel (1,920 x 1,080 pixels)
High-Quality Picture Reproduction
Full HD Panel (1,920 x 1,080 pixels)
The XV-Z20000 provides Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 pixel high-resolution,
high-definition pictures with greater capability for large screen
pictures to prevent rough, grainy colors. And the panel is compatible
with next-generation digital broadcast systems.
1000 ANSI Lumen High Brightness
Incorporating Sharp optoelectronics technology, the XV-Z20000
provides 1000 ANSI lumen brightness in high brightness mode to enjoy
large-screen pictures.
High-Quality Reliability
Dual-Iris Mechanism with Three Modes
Long-Life High-Performance DLP Picture
The XV-Z20000 uses a Dual-Iris Mechanism for its optical engine. The
mechanism features independent irises for adjusting illuminating conditions
and projecting images. Also, the
Illuminating iris
remote control can be used to
Projecting iris
select from the high-contrast
mode, middle mode, and highbrightness mode to match
screen conditions for watching
movies, sports, or other material.
With DLP® technology minimally absorbing high-output light, the
projectors maintain uniform color reproduction capability for a long period
of time. Also DLP® silicon chip formation with finely structured mirrors
provides stable performance and delivers high-quality pictures for longer
periods. The DLP® chip in the XV-Z20000 contributes to a long lifespan. In
addition, because there is no burn-in or remaining afterimage, the
projectors are ideal for DLP ® projection
still picture projection
such as for guidance
board applications and
projecting CAD
After 4,100 hours
12000:1 Native Contrast Ratio
Contrast ratio is usually derived by measuring the greatest value between
bright and dark scenes, but Sharp’s native contrast ratio is measured for
each individual scene frame. The XV-Z20000
therefore maintains a very stable contrast ratio
of 12000:1 regardless of scene light level. This
high ratio is produced from a dual-iris system
that has both input and output optical systems to
control light volume and precisely control optics.
Three Primary Color/7 Segment 5x-Speed Color Wheel
The specially designed RGB-only primary color wheel for home theater
achieves high-quality color
reproduction and high contrast
Projection Lens
ratio. And the color wheel
capable of x5 speed by rotating
Relay Lens
the color wheel with 7-segment
Colour Wheel (CW)
color at x2.5 speed renders
color breaking imperceptible to
Projection Lamp
the human eye.
(The picture shows no significant deterioration
even after using the DLP ® panel 4,100 hours.)
Projection Flexibility
A Variety of Interfaces for Multiple Entertainment
Short Throw Lens (Optical 1.35x Zoom Lens)
DVI-I Terminal and Two HDMI Terminals with HDCP
The newly developed Short Throw Lens achieves 100-inch large screen
projection even from the short distance of 13’5” (4.1 m). In addition,
the projector can be mounted more flexibly with the 1.35X zoom lens.
Use of DVI-I terminals, the interface for digital content compatible with
copy protection signals (HDCP), delivers all-digital projection from input
straight through to the projected picture without picture loss, which usually
occurs from A/D and D/A conversion or from digital cinemas using DLP®.
This also helps to build a home theater computer environment using a DVI
output terminal for DVD entertainment. Plus, two HDMI terminals enable
simultaneous connection with the HDMI terminals on set-top boxes or high
performance DVD recorders for which HDMI is standard.
쐽 Standard Setup
(Front Projection)
Lens shifted to
lowest position
Lens center
L: Projection distance
H1: Distance from the lens center to the bottom
of the image
(when the lens is shifted to the lowest position)
H2: Distance from the lens center to the bottom
of the image
(when the lens is shifted to the highest position)
Lens shifted to
highest position
Lens center
Picture (Screen) Size and Projection Distance
When using a wide screen (16:9): In case of displaying the 16:9 picture on the whole of the 16:9 screen.
Picture (Screen) size
Diag. (x)
: Projected image
Projection distance [L]
Maximum [L1]
261.5" (6.6 m) 147.1" (3.7 m) 54'10" (16.7 m)
174.3" (4.4 m) 98.1" (2.5 m) 36'6" (11.1 m)
87.2" (2.2 m)
49" (1.2 m) 18'2" (5.5 m)
69.7" (1.8 m) 39.2" (1.0 m) 14'6" (4.4 m)
52.3" (1.3 m) 29.4" (0.7 m) 10'10" (3.3 m)
34.9" (0.9 m) 19.6" (0.5 m)
7'2" (2.2 m)
The optical mechanism of DLP® system projectors is sealed in its structure,
preventing dust, dirt and smoke from entering core parts of the optics.
Advanced Picture Control
functions enable quick setting of
the appropriate color effects and
impressive picture modes.
With a DVI terminal compatible with conventional players and
computers, the XV-Z20000 is equipped with three digital inputs
including two HDMI inputs in addition to various video inputs, such as
two component, S-video and composite inputs. It also employs a
trigger terminal that automatically operates an electric motorized
screen when the power is turned on and off.
When using a normal screen (4:3) and projecting 4:3 image (SIDE BAR Mode)
Picture (Screen) size
: Screen
: Projected image
Advanced Picture Setting
• Advanced Picture Mode
(five modes)
• Color Management
• Gamma Control
• SGM Gamma Control
Distance from the lens center to
the bottom of the image [H]
Minimum [L2]
Lower [H1]
Upper [H2]
40'9" (12.4 m) –147" (–374 cm) 0" (0 cm)
27'1" (8.3 m)
–98" (–249 cm) 0" (0 cm)
13'5" (4.1 m)
–49" (–125 cm) 0" (0 cm)
10'9" (3.3 m)
–39" (–100 cm) 0" (0 cm)
8'0" (2.4 m)
–29" (–75 cm)
0" (0 cm)
5'3" (1.6 m)
–19" (–50 cm)
0" (0 cm)
* By RIT/Munsell Color Science Laboratory Test
Sealed Optics
Variety of Interface
Diag. (x)
200" (5.1 m)
160" (4.1 m)
80" (2.0 m)
64" (1.6 m)
48" (1.2 m)
150" (3.8 m)
120" (3.0 m)
60" (1.5 m)
48" (1.2 m)
36" (0.9 m)
Projection distance [L]
Maximum [L1]
56'0" (17.1 m)
44'9" (13.6 m)
22'3" (6.8 m)
17'9" (5.4 m)
13'4" (4.1 m)
Distance from the lens center to
the bottom of the image [H]
Minimum [L2]
Lower [H1]
Upper [H2]
41'7" (12.7 m) –150" (–381 cm) 0" (0 cm)
33'2" (10.1 m) –120" (–305 cm) 0" (0 cm)
16'6" (5.0 m)
–60" (–152 cm) 0" (0 cm)
13'2" (4.0 m)
–48" (–122 cm) 0" (0 cm)
9'10" (3.0 m)
–36" (–91 cm) 0" (0 cm)
When using a normal screen (4:3): In case of setting the 16:9 picture to the full horizontal width of the 4:3 screen.
Diag. (x)
: Screen
: Projected image
Picture (Screen) size
200" (5.1 m)
160" (4.1 m)
80" (2.0 m)
64" (1.6 m)
48" (1.2 m)
150" (3.8 m)
120" (3.0 m)
60" (1.5 m)
48" (1.2 m)
36" (0.9 m)
Projection distance [L]
Maximum [L1]
41'11" (12.8 m)
33'6" (10.2 m)
16'8" (5.1 m)
13'3" (4.1 m)
9'11" (3.0 m)
Distance from the lens center to
the bottom of the image [H]
Minimum [L2]
Lower [H1]
Upper [H2]
31'1" (9.5 m) –112" (–286 cm) 0" (0 cm)
24'10" (7.6 m) –90" (–229 cm) 0" (0 cm)
12'4" (3.8 m) –45" (–114 cm) 0" (0 cm)
9'10" (3.0 m) –36" (–91 cm)
0" (0 cm)
7'4" (2.2 m) –27" (–69 cm)
0" (0 cm)
Lens Shift Function for Easy Angle Adjustment
The Lens Shift Function allows you to vertically adjust the projection
height automatically. This feature is especially helpful when the
projector is mounted in a high location, or is not easily accessible.
Other Outstanding Features
쎲 3000-Hour Long Life Lamp*1 (Lamp setting: Eco + Quiet)
쎲 Switchable Screen with 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios
쎲 Low Fan Noise: 31 dB (Lamp setting: Eco + Quiet)
쎲 Gamma Control Software
The Sharp Gamma Manager makes gamma curve control possible from a