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Resolution/ Native: 800×600 (SVGA) Support Computer signal up to UXGA (1600×1200) 60Hz
Brightness (typical)/
3,600 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio/
20,000 :1


BrilliantColor™-II
BrilliantColor™ allows the usage of a more advanced image processing algorithm and enables the usage of more colors on the color wheel, than the standard Red, Green, Blue and White segments. New BrilliantColor™-II technology enables higher brightness levels by boosting mid-tone colors, resulting in more vibrant, precisely accurate colors projected on the screen.

3D Technology
Using the inherent speed of DLP® technology, PS3166 can output video and images at an astonishing rate of 144Hz, allowing you to show full screen, full color, stereoscopic 3D. Within DLP® Link™ technology, the 3D glasses synchronise with the image on screen to filter each stream to the correct eye; your brain then combines the two streams to make them jump into life. PS3166 supports multiple 3D formats from various devices such as PC, Blu-ray 3D™, Sony® PS3, Microsoft® Xbox 360 or 3D TV broadcast system.

High Contrast Ratio
This measurement technique includes a reproducible procedure that can be used to compare the performance of projectors using different display technologies. With an ANSI contrast ratio significantly higher than many LCD based projectors, PS3166 produces a stunning 15,000:1 contrast ratio for pin sharp, crystal clear images. Crisper whites and ultra rich blacks bring the picture to life.
6 Segments Color Wheel
Produces 3X Color Wheel Rotation Speed projectors support PAL video signals in movie mode, which operate at only 50 Hz frequency. Under this low frequency, projector increases the speed of the color wheel rotation from 2X (7200 rpm) to 3X (10800 rpm) resulting in consistent colors and seamless video playback.
Flexible Installation
PS3166 put its I/O connections on the side, allows user to place the projector against the wall; it gives more options for installation.