All that brilliance and image quality means nothing if you don't have the right inputs. The REALiS SX7 Mark II gives you an impressive range of input options, allowing you to connect to a variety of devices, including laptop and desktop computers, Blu-Ray players, digital cameras and camcorders.
DVI-I Interface (HDCP Compliant) The SX7 Mark II’s DVI-I interface provides an all-digital connection between the projector and an input source. It avoids the signal conversion step required by analog connections, and thus maintains high signal integrity. This results in a clearer picture, with no flickering, blurred lines, ghost images, or coloration problems with text display. The terminal also accepts an analog signal from your laptop computer, and devices with a VGA terminal.
The interface is also compliant with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection), ensuring a digital connection between HDCP compliant devices, such as many of today’s cable boxes, DVD and Blu-Ray players. The high quality of the DVI-I connection makes the REALiS SX7 Mark II projector ideal for high defintion TV, and is compatible with 1080i and 720p video signals - without any reduction in image quality.
Connect to an External Monitor Many desktop PCs cannot be connected to both a projector and monitor at the same time. However the SX7 Mark II's Monitor Output terminal allows for an external monitor to be connected to the projector- a practical feature in settings where the projector is hooked up to a desktop computer.
Auto-Synch Audio Inputs To give your presentations the final touch in impressive audio, the REALiS SX7 Mark II gives you the flexibility of three audio inputs. You can use one audio input for each source you may have (DVI, VGA, and Video). A variable audio output switches automatically when the input source changes. Audio can be played through the projectors built-in speaker, or can be connected to amplified speakers or a receiver for high-quality sound. All simple to install and with sound levels controllable from your projector's remote control unit.