Looking for a home cinema project capable of 3D projection? Well if you happen to be in a market for such a projector, the good news is that BenQ may have something in store for you in the form of the W7000, which is apparently the first projector in the world to be accredited with the TUV Rheinland 3D Full HD Certification.
BenQ, with undisguised pride announced the release of their debut 3D Full HD-projector designed for use in the home theater system.
BenQ W7000 model enclosed in an attractive black casing design with dimensions of 428 x 317 x 145 mm and weighs 6.7 kg. It is the world’s first product of its kind to be certified TUV Rheinland 3D Full HD. At the same time as other technical characteristics of the device are as follows: Contrast Ratio: 50000:1, Brightness: 2000 ANSI lumens, color TV Systems Supported: NTSC / PAL / SECAM; Noise: 33 dB (28 dB in Eco mode) Power Consumption: 416 watts; Interface: D-Sub, HDMI v1.4 (two ports), Component Video, S-Video, DC and RS232.
The device is equipped with remote control and go on sale worldwide by the end of this month.
From Manual How to watching 3D content (pag. 36)
Your BenQ projector supports playing three-dimensional (3D) content transferred through HDMI.
Connecting 3D video devices
• PlayStation games
i. Make sure you have updated your console to the latest software version in PlayStation 3.
ii. Insert the 3D game disc. Or you can download games via the PlayStation network.
iii. Launch the game and select Play in 3D in the in-game menu.
• Blu-ray 3D player
i. Make sure your player supports 3D Blu-ray Disc and that 3D output is activated.
ii. Play the 3D Blu-ray Disc.
• 3D TV (e.g. SKY 3D, DirecTV)
i. Contact your TV service provider to enable 3D channels on your channel package.
ii. Switch to the 3D channel.
• 3D Devices (e.g. 3D DV/DC)
Turn on the 3D device and project the 3D content.
To view the 3D video correctly, make sure Auto is selected in the Display > 3D > 3D Mode menu. If 3D
content still cannot be shown correctly, select On in the Display > 3D > 3D Mode menu, and then go to the
Display > 3D > 3D Format menu and select the supported format.
After you have connected the 3D video devices to the projector using the HDMI cable, make sure the
power of BenQ 3D glasses is on. Wear the BenQ 3D glasses, and then enjoy your 3D experience!
3D Support and Compatibility
Frame packing and top bottom format up to 1080p/24Hz
Side by side up to 1080/60i
Frame sequentical 720p 120Hz
Click here for more details about 3D Support and Compatibility
The BenQ 3D Goggles
Open your eyes to the fantastical world of 3D visualization and let your imagination work its magic! The BenQ 3D goggles are exceptionally designed to provide an immersive 3D viewing experience with BenQ’s DLP® LinkTM-enabled projectors.
Supported by Front Project 3D DLP Link technology, these projectors require only one projector to deliver the stunning stereoscopic 3D effects you get in 3D movies – making them the perfect choice for education and home entertainment use. Just put on your BenQ 3D goggles, throw in the 3D content and get the show ready for the road!
1.BenQ projector with 3D ready
2.BenQ 3D glasses
3.Processor: Intel® Pentium, Intel® Core™2 Duo, Intel® i3/i5/i7 Core, AMD Athlon™X2 CPU or higher.
4.Recommended OS: Microsoft Windows Vista 32/64 bit or Microsoft Windows 7 32/64 bit
5.Graphic card (512MB VRAM Recommended): NVIDIA 240/250/Quadro series or higher, ATI 4000 series or higher, or Intel GMA 4500 series.
6.At least 1GB memory
- To play 3D files by computers
1.Software compatible for playing 3D content (You can download Stereoscopic Player at HERE)
2.Have 3D content ready. Please check the content format before purchase (The sample files are available for download at HERE)
- If the content format is side-by-side, please set the refresh rate at 120Hz.
- If the content format is over/under, please set the refresh rate at 60Hz.
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