With dimensions of 15.0"W x 6.7"H x 16.9"D and a weight of 18.7lbs (not including lens), the REALiS SX6000 makes installation easy in a wide variety of applications. The design of the location of the consumable parts enhances both flexibility in mounting and ease of maintenance. The projector's lamp and filter can be replaced from the back and side, eliminating the need to dismount the projector in order to perform maintenance.
An array of advanced and well-designed features makes the REALiS SX6000 extremely easy to use:
User-Friendly Menu System
Once it's set up, operating your projector is easy with the help of Guidance Functions that display operating instructions in an on-screen window. A Graphical User Interface makes for easy operation, with five menus for quick access to categories including: Display settings, Image adjustments, System settings, Network settings and Information. You're never more than a few steps away from any adjustment you need to make! Plus, front and rear infrared sensors let you control your REALiS SX6000 with a wireless remote from in front of or behind the projector, if your installation will allow, or you can use the wired remote plugged into the terminal.
This feature allows the user to set up 10 different settings based on the content being shown. Five user memory settings are for PC sources such as DVI-I, Analog PC, and HDMI. The other five settings are for video sources such as Component and HDMI.
While presenting, you can be sure your audience isn't distracted by fan noise. The REALiS SX6000 runs at 40dB.
Selectable Image Modes
To optimize the image quality of your projected content, the REALiS SX6000 offers the choice of up to eight Image Modes, selectable dependent on the type of input signal either from a PC or Component Video source.
Emphasizes white tones and is best suited for text-based computer screens or moving images projected in a bright room. (PC / Component Video)
Works well for PowerPoint and similar slide presentations in a bright room. (PC)
Can be chosen for moving images in a bright room. (Component Video)
Best for situations in which color and sharpness are the priority, in a somewhat darker room. (PC)
Conforms to sRBG standards and will accurately project images shot by an sRGB-compatible digital camera. (PC / Component Video)
Selected when viewing video in a somewhat darker room. (Component Video)
Allows the optimum presentation of moving images in a dim room / 'movie theater' atmosphere. (Component Video)
User settings allow for up to five user-selected combinations which can be stored in memory and which can be chosen as image modes (PC / Component Video). In addition, users can utilize advanced adjustment features to optimize the SX6000 to their viewing environment.
When you're finished using your REALiS SX6000, you can use the Key Lock to prevent unauthorized use.