Starting available since June 2007 at Amazon.com, the Mitsubishi HC1500 DLP Projector is mentioned as one of the most affordable projectors for high-definition video enthusiast. Why bother with expensive plasma TV if we can utilize HD projector that offers larger display. Just for your information, the HC1500 allows users to project video in a native 720p format from 40 inches to 275 inches depending on the room size. And interestingly it comes with cheaper price compares to a large plasma TV.
Featuring Texas Instruments BrilliantColor, the Mitsubishi HC1500 DLP Projector comes with 1600 ANSI lumens of brightness, a 2500:1 contrast ratio, and up to 125 days of lamp life. It is compatible with both Mac and PC, but this projector doesn’t have built-in tuner, so you still need external tuner to watch television, you’ve been told. What you can expect form the box includes HC1500 projector, AC power cable, RGB cable, RS-232C cable, remote unit with battery, light shade cover, quick start card, user’s manual, and safety manual.
Other technical specs: a color wheel with 7 segments, TI DDP3020 Dark Chip 2 with Brilliant Color, VLT-HC910LP lamp, 2.2 x 3.9 x 9.6 inches of dimension, 6.5 pounds of weight, and operates at 25dBA so it is quite enough to run. Amazon sell it for $715.