- 1280 x 720 (16:9), high-definition native resolution
- Selectable Lamp Intensity Control™ (SLIC™) provides two lamp intensity levels for varied lighting conditions
- Internal aspect ratio control with 5 available settings
- Creates bold pictures on screens up to 96 inches wide
The CL-610 and CL-610LT offer 1280 x 720 native resolution DLP light engines featuring Runco's powerful SuperOnyx™ technology for bright, pristine, high definition images. Black levels, brightness and contrast exceed anything previously available in this projector class.
The CL-610 and CL-610LT incorporate an illumination system featuring Runco's exclusive Selectable Lamp Intensity Control™ (SLIC™), which provides two selectable lamp intensity levels to allow maximum flexibility for screen size, ambient light conditions, brightness and contrast balance and preservation of usable lamp life. These models also have newly refined lamp-cooling systems, which increase efficiency and reduce noise levels.
The CL-610 and CL-610LT have been engineered to comply with the Imaging Science Foundation™ (ISF) standards for maximum home theater image quality. Runco’s sophisticated parameters for white balance and color gamut control have also been implemented for precise balance of gray scale and color.
Runco’s advanced Vivix™ digital video processing is included in the CL-610 to enhance picture quality from standard video sources, as well as provide artifact-free scaling. Also included are discrete input source, aspect ratio, power on/off, HDMI input and an RS-232 interface for seamless integration with automation control systems.
Short Throw Vs. Long Throw Lenses:
A common throw distance is one foot of screen for every two feet of space between projector and screen. That is a general rule for projectors with a standard lens. Projectors with short throw lenses are able to create larger images with less distance between projector and screen. A short throw lens allows users to create the big picture they want, in a tight space.
While short throw lenses help create larger pictures from shorter distances; long throw lenses help create smaller, more viewable images from greater distances. A long throw lens is advantageous in large venues, particularly in fixed installations.