SONY / DATA PROJECTOR / VPL-CX70 / VPL-CX75
DATA PROJECTOR
VPL-CX70
VPL-CX75
Features
DATA PROJECTOR
VPL-CX70
VPL-CX75
High Brightness of 2500ANSI lm,
Native XGA (1024x768) Resolution
Outstanding image quality is assured, even in bright
rooms. Employing Sony’s exclusive Virtual Lighting
Source System with new Sony LCD 0.79” LCD
panels, the VPL-CX70 delivers an impressive 2000
ANSI lumens. The addition of a Microlens assembly
in the VPL-CX75 allows it to deliver a very powerful
2500 ANSI lumens.
Powered Tilt Adjuster
The shooting angle can be set using the poweroperated tilt adjuster via the supplied Remote
Commander unit. The new setting is retained in
memory and instantly recalled the next time the
projector is used.
* ANSI lumen is a standard measuring method of the American
National Standards Institute IT7.228. Since there is no uniform
method of measuring brightness, specifications will vary among
manufacturers.
Powered tilt adjuster
Auto Keystone Correction
Advanced Intelligent Auto Setup
Function with Auto Focus
Intelligent Auto Setup allows presentations to be
started immediately. As soon as the power is turned
on, the projector initiates a host of sophisticated setup functions.
Vertical keystone distortion is automatically
corrected according to the tilt angle. Keystone
distortion can be corrected by up to 20 degrees.
This means images can be projected with correct
geometry even when installation space is limited.
Powered Lens Protector
When power is switched on, the powered lens
protector opens automatically. No more wasted
time looking for a missing lens cover; it's always on
the projector. When in use, it hides behind the
cabinet automatically.
Auto keystone correction
Auto Input Search
The VPL-CX70/CX75 automatically checks the
projector's input connectors and selects the one to
which an input signal is supplied. Images are
projected from the moment the power is turned on.
Smart APA (Auto Pixel Alignment)
Auto Focus
Focus is adjusted automatically by the built-in Auto
Focus system. That means you won’t waste time
waiting for the picture to be displayed and then
adjusting the focus.
The Smart APA function automatically sizes and
adjusts the PC image for optimum picture
performance allowing users to concentrate on their
presentations, rather than time-consuming technical
adjustments.
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Control Panel Key Lock
Back-to-Front Tilt
Control panels on both the top and the side of the
projector can be locked, preventing inadvertent or
unauthorised adjustment of the controls.
The VPL-CX70/CX75 can be tilted upwards or
downwards by up to 90 degrees, making them ideal
for rear-projection applications.
On Screen Multi-Language Setup Menu
Low-Power Consumption
The On-Screen Display for projector control is
available in thirteen languages: English, Dutch,
French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese,
Russian, Swedish, Norwegian, Japanese, Chinese,
and Korean. Its position and colour can be altered,
depending on user preferences.
Standby power consumption of less than 0.5 W has
been achieved, making the VPL-CX70/CX75 highly
eco-friendly projectors.
OFF & GO
The VPL-CX70/CX75 incorporates a built-in circuit
that continues to run its cooling fan after the power
is cut. This feature allows you to unplug the
projector and carry it away without waiting, because
the fan continues to cool the unit.
Ceiling Mountable
The VPL-CX70/CX75 can be ceiling mounted or used
for rear projection. Screw holes on the bottom plate
are provided for use with a suspension-type
bracket.
Other Features
System Expandability (network capability,
CX75 only)
By integrating into a wireless LAN environment, it is
possible to control functions such as Power On/Off
and to acquire status information such as the length
of time the lamp has been on through a Web
browser.
•
Digital Zoom Function
•
Freeze Function
•
Picture/Audio Muting Function
•
Adjustable Rear Legs
Throwing Distance
Floor Installation
Screen Size (mm)
Screen
40
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
250
Minimum
1160
1760
2360
2970
3570
4470
5380
5980
7490
9000
Maximum
1350
2040
2740
3440
4140
5180
6230
6930
8670
10420
b
x-237
x-356
x-474
x-593
x-711
x-889
x-1067
x-1185
x-1482
x-1778
c
x-299
x-417
x-536
x-654
x-773
x-951
x-1129
x-1247
x-1543
x-1840
a
Projector
300
x
c b
Screen Size (inches)
a
Minimum
a
Maximum
b
a'
Screen
c
b
distance
distance
distance
distance
a:
b:
c:
x:
x
Projector
x
between
between
between
between
40
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
250
300
45 3/4
69 3/8
93
117
140 5/8
176 1/8
211 7/8
235 1/2
295
354 3/8
53 1/4
80 3/8
108
135 1/2
163 1/8
204
245 3/8
272 7/8
341 1/2
410 3/8
x-9 3/8
x-14
x-18 3/4
x-23 3/8
x-28
x-35
x-42
x-46 3/4
x-58 3/8
x-70 1/8
x-11 7/8
x-16 1/2
x-21 1/8
x-25 7/8
x-30 1/2
x-37 1/2
x-44 1/2
x-49 1/8
x-60 7/8
x-72 1/2
the
the
the
the
screen to the centre of the lens
floor and the centre of the lens
floor and the foot of the projector
floor and the centre of the screen, free
c b
a
Ceiling Installation
Screen Size (mm)
a'
Minimum
a'
b
80
100
120
150
180
200
250
300
2470
3070
3670
4580
5480
6090
7600
9100
1450
2140
2840
3540
4240
5280
6330
7030
8770
10520
b+293
b+411
b+530
b+649
b+767
b+945
b+1123
b+1241
b+1538
b+1834
b
free
Screen Size (inches)
a'
Minimum
40
60
80
100
120
150
180
200
250
300
49 5/8
73 1/4
97 3/8
121
144 5/8
180 3/8
215 7/8
239 7/8
299 1/4
358 3/8
57 1/8
84 3/8
111 7/8
139 1/2
167
208
249 1/4
276 13/16
345 3/8
414 1/4
x
b+11 5/8
b+16 1/4
b+20 7/8
b+25 5/8
b+30 1/4
b+37 1/4
b+44 1/4
b+48 7/8
b+60 5/8
b+72 1/4
b
free
Maximum
a':
b:
x:
60
1860
x
Maximum
x
40
1260
distance between the screen and the front mounting hole on the bottom surface of the projector
distance between the ceiling and the front mounting hole on the bottom surface of the projector
distance between the ceiling and the centre of the screen
Ceiling mount is not supplied. Please contact your nearest Sony office for details on installing the VPL-CX70/CX75
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Short Focal-Length Lens, Power Focus,
Power Zoom
The short focal-length lens enables a large screen
size from a short throwing distance. An 80-inch*
image can be projected from a distance of only 2.4
metres. This feature is invaluable when room space
is limited but dynamic presentations are required. In
addition, power focus and zoom are easily
controlled from the supplied remote commander
when the projector is away from the user.
* Viewable area, measured diagonally
Simple Mode
Air Shot Simple Mode is a revolutionary new way of
presenting, allowing you to establish wireless
communication between projector and PC, and to
instantly begin your presentation. This feature is
simple to use, even for those not familiar with setting
up wireless network systems.
Making Air Shot Wireless Presentations is
as Easy as 1, 2, 3!
1) Simply insert the wireless LAN
Side Shot™ Horizontal Keystone
Adjustment
card into the VPL-CX75, and
turn on the projector.
2) Then, plug the USB wireless
LAN module into your PC.
Without Side Shot
With Side Shot
Side Shot digital horizontal keystone adjustment
capabilities allow you to effortlessly align the picture
at the press of a button. This technology allows you
the convenience of placing the projector off-axis
from the centre of the screen when necessary.
3) The image on your PC is
automatically projected
from the VPL-CX75.
Air Shot Wireless
Presentations
Note: The Projector Station for Air Shot
The VPL-CX75 features Sony’s Air Shot wireless
transmission function, which eliminates the need for
cable connections between PC and projector. This
convenient feature makes it easy to switch
presentations from one person to another – the
presenter simply passes a USB wireless LAN module
to the next presenter. It also allows mobility
between PC and projector, so that you can pick up
your PC and walk to another part of the room
without fumbling with a cable.
software application must be installed
on the PC the first time the projector’s
Air Shot feature is used. This can be
done by simply plugging the USB
storage media into your PC and
following the “Setup Wizard” instructions on your PC display. *
* When using Windows XP or Windows 2000, the user must be
logged into an account with computer administrator access.
LAN Connection Capability *
Projector
PC
Access point
PC
PC
In office environments with a wireless LAN capability,
the VPL-CX75 can be accessed via a wireless LAN
access point and used by any PC on the LAN. This
configuration is convenient for remote maintenance
and control of the projector.
* Simple Mode cannot be used in this configuration. An IEEE
802.11b-compliant wireless LAN access point is required.
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Stylish and Compact Design
Weighing only 2.9kg and complemented by a stylish
and rugged carry case, the VPL-CX70/CX75 has the
portability to go with you when you need it. *
Its clean and simple design keeps commonly used
controls at your fingertips while integrating those
less commonly used into the side of the chassis.
Connections are concealed beneath a slide away
cover, keeping your desktop tidy and clutter-free.
* Carrying case is supplied.
Web Browser Access (CX75 only)
In any of the various Air Shot configurations,
including Simple Mode, LAN Configuration, and
Multi-Connection Configuration, all VPL-CX75
projectors can be accessed via a web browser*.
The setup menu can be changed and maintenance
information can be obtained via a user-friendly GUI.
* Requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later.
PC-Less presentations (CX75 only)
Photos and video clips can be run right from the
VPL-CX75 projector using “Memory StickTM” media.
This means there is no need for a PC. The system
can directly project JPEG, including digital photo
(DCF standard) and MPEG1* movie formats.
Projected images can be directly controlled with the
RM-PJM17 Remote Commander unit. Microsoft
PowerPoint presentations, BMP, and TIFF files can
also be projected by converting them to JPEG files,
using the supplied Projector Station for Presentation
software application, and saving them to “Memory
Stick” media. The VPL-CX75 has a standard size of
“Memory Stick” / Duo size compatible slot.
* The following MPEG-1 movie formats can be displayed from
"Memory Stick" media. MPEG MOVIE, MPEG MOVIE EX, MPEG
MOVIE CV, MPEG MOVIE HQ, MPEG MOVIE AD, and MPEG-1
from VAIO(R) Giga Pocket TM devices.
Low Fan Noise
The VPL-CX70 and CX75 are incredibly quiet
projectors. The latest in noise modelling techniques
have been used to achieve whisper-quiet fan noise
via low turbulence air flow paths. A custom designed
low speed fan system further reduces noise without
sacrificing cooling capacity.
RM-PJM17
RM-PJP1
Easy-to-Use Remote Commander Units
The VPL-CX70 and VPL-CX75 are supplied with the
RMPJM17 Full Function IR Remote Commander,
providing complete set up and operational control.
The VPL-CX75 is also supplied with the RMPJP1, a
very stylish, simple controller for delivering
presentations with the Air Shot Wireless feature.
The RMPJP1 includes a Laser Pointer.
Security Feature
These two models are fitted with a Password
Security Function to deter theft. When activated, the
projector will not operate unless a password is
entered after the mains power is re-applied to the
projector.
Various Inputs
In addition to S-Video, RGB signals and all the Digital
TV standards in Australia, including HDTV, interlaced
and progressive signals are supported.
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Specifications
VPL-CX75
Optical
Projection System
Panel
Projection lens
Lamp
Screen coverage
Keystone Correction Range
Light Output
Signals
Color System
Resolution
Acceptable Signals
General
Speaker
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Mass
Heat Dissipation
Input/Output
Video Input
Input A
USB
Wireless LAN
Memory Stick
Remote
Safety
Regulations
Laser
VPL-CX70
Optical
Projection System
Panel
3 LCD panels, 1 lens projection system
0.79-inch XGA LCD panel with Micro Lens Array
2,359,296 pixels (786,432 pixels x 3)
1.2 times F1.6 to 1.78, f23.5 to 28.2 mm
165 W/135 W UHP
40 to 300 inches (measured diagonally)
Max. ±30° vertical, ±20° horizontal*
2500 ANSI lm (lamp mode high)
(standard: approx. 2000 ANSI lm)
Projection lens
Lamp
Screen coverage
Keystone Correction Range
Light Output
Signals
Color System
NTSC3.58, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, PAL-N,
PAL60
Video
750 TV lines
1024 x 768 pixels
RGB
Computer
fH: 19-92 kHz, fV: 48-92 Hz (up
to SXGA+ (fV: 60 Hz))
Video
15 kHz RGB/Component 50/60 Hz,
Progressive Component 50/60 Hz,
DTV (480/60i, 575/50i, 480/60p,
540/60p, 575/50p, 720/60p,
720/50p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i),
Composite video, Y/C video
Resolution
Acceptable Signals
General
Speaker
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Mono 1 W (max.) x 1
AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Max
240 W
9 W (standard), 0.5 W (low)
Standby
0 to 35 ºC (32 to 95 ºF)
35% to 85% (no condensation)
mm
298 x 69 x 244
inches
11.7 x 2.7 x 9.6
kg
Approx. 2.9 kg
Approx. 6 lb 4 oz
lb
819 BTU
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Mass
Heat Dissipation
Input/Output
Video Input
S Video
Composite
Audio
RGB/Component
Y/C Mini DIN 4-pin
RCA pin jack
Stereo mini jack
Analog RGB/Component
(HD D-sub 15 pin female x 1)
Audio
Stereo mini jack
Upstream (B type, female x 1)
Wireless LAN card slot x 1
Memory Stick media slot x 1
Wireless LAN
Input A
USB
Safety
Regulations
UL1950, cUL (CSA 60950), FCC Class B, IC
Class B, DEMKO (EN60950), CE (LVD, EMC), C-Tick, Dentori,
VCCI Class B
Class II, 1 mW output
3 LCD panels, 1 lens projection system
0.79-inch XGA LCD panel
2,359,296 pixels (786,432 pixels x 3)
1.2 times F1.6 to 1.78, f23.5 to 28.2 mm
165 W/135 W UHP
40 to 300 inches (measured diagonally)
Max. ±30° vertical, ±20° horizontal*
2000 ANSI lm (lamp mode high)
(standard: approx. 1600 ANSI lm)
NTSC3.58, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, PAL-N,
PAL60
Video
750 TV lines
RGB
1024 x 768 pixels
Computer
fH: 19-92 kHz, fV: 48-92 Hz (up
to SXGA+ (fV: 60 Hz))
15 kHz RGB/Component 50/60 Hz,
Video
Progressive Component 50/60 Hz,
DTV (480/60i, 575/50i, 480/60p,
540/60p, 575/50p, 720/60p,
720/50p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i),
Composite video, Y/C video
Mono 1 W (max.) x 1
AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Max
240 W
9 W (standard), 0.5 W (low)
Standby
0 to 35 ºC (32 to 95 ºF)
35% to 85% (no condensation)
mm
298 x 69 x 244
inches
11.7 x 2.7 x 9.6
kg
Approx. 2.9 kg
lb
Approx. 6 lb 4 oz
819 BTU
S Video
Composite
Audio
RGB/Component
Y/C Mini DIN 4-pin
RCA pin jack
Stereo mini jack
Analog RGB/Component
(HD D-sub 15 pin female x 1)
Audio
Stereo mini jack
Upstream (B type, female x 1)
UL1950, cUL (CSA 60950), FCC Class B, IC
Class B, DEMKO (EN60950), CE (LVD, EMC), C-Tick, Dentori,
VCCI Class B
* Horizontal and vertical keystone correction ranges are dependent on one another.
Maximum keystone correction may vary with input signal.
· Halogenated flame retardants are not used in cabinets.
· Halogenated flame retardants are not used in printed wiring boards.
· Lead-free solder is used for soldering.
· Polystyrene foam for the packaging cushions is not used in packaging.
· Standby power consumption: 0.5 W (or less)
Accessories
ACCESSORIES FOR VPL-CX75
SUPPLIED
Wireless LAN Card, IFUWLC1
USB Wireless LAN Module, IFUWLM1
USB Storage Media with AirShot Software
RMPJP1, Presentation Tool (with batteries)
RMPJM17 IR Remote Commander (with
batteries)
HD D-Sub 15 pin VGA cable, 2metres
USB Cable, A type to B type
Carry Case
Security Warning Label
Spare Air Filter
Operating Instructions
Quick Reference Card
CDROM
Warranty Card
5 metre Power Cable
OPTIONAL
PSS-SX7 Ceiling Mount Bracket
LMPC161 Replacement Lamp
ACCESSORIES FOR VPL-CX70
SUPPLIED
RMPJM17 IR Remote Commander (with
batteries)
HD D-Sub 15 pin VGA cable, 2metres
USB Cable, A type to B type
Carry Case
Security Warning Label
Spare Air Filter
Operating Instructions
Quick Reference Card
CDROM
Warranty Card
5 metre Power Cable
OPTIONAL
PSS-SX7 Ceiling Mount Bracket
LMPC161 Replacement Lamp
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