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Dell 4100MP Projector

Small, Light and Bright

Bright 2,200 ANSI Lumens (Max)2

Super high contrast ratio of 2000:1 (Full on/Full off)

Advanced horizontal and Auto vertical Keystone and zoom capability

Eco-mode option to extend lamp life and for quieter operation

Full connectivity with multiple PC, video and RS-232 connectors

Preset and user defined video modes for optimum video and graphic settings

PIP (Picture-In-Picture) option to view multiple video sources simultaneously

Optional 5-in-1 card reader to view digital pictures and presentations directly off your projector

Supports full range of television and video standards including NTSC, PAL, SECAM and HDTV (480p, 480i, 720p and 1080i)

Monitor loop through - Allows for viewing on additional PC monitors

Interactive LCD display takes the guess work out of connecting the projector

Smart lens cap power management shuts down projector when lens cap is not removed

Up to 3-year limited warranty3 with Advanced Exchange Service1 (90 days on bulb

Single chip DLPTM DDR technology

Contrast Ratio

2000:1 (Full on/Full off)


250-watt, user-replaceable UHP lamp; 1500 hours (upto 3000 hrs in Eco-mode)

Number of Pixels

1024 x 768

Displayable Color

16.7M True colors

Projection Lens

F/ 2.43 ~ 2.66 , f = 28.0 ~ 33.6 mm. 1.2X Manual Zoom Lens

Projection Screen Size

Adjustable from 24.4" to 292.5" (Diagonal)

Projection Distance

1.2m - 12m

Video Compatibility

NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM, and HDTV (480i/P, 576i/P, 720P, 1080i) compatible

Composite Video and S-Video capability

H. Frequency

15kHz-100kHz horizontal scan

V. Frequency

43Hz-120Hz vertical refresh

Keystone Correction

+/- 16 degree (32 degrees)


1.2X Manual zoom

Multimedia Audio

Built in 2 x 2W speaker

Power Supply

Universal 90-240V AC 50/60 Hz

Power Consumption

310W full power

Noise Output

36 dBA (normal operation); 33 dBA (eco-mode)

I/O Connectors

Power: AC power input socket

Computer Input: one M1-DA connector for analog/digital/component/HDTV; one 15 pin D-sub for analog/HDTV input

Computer Output: one 15-pin D-sub

Video Input: one Composite Video (RCA) one S-Video and one 3 pin component for HDTV

Audio Input: One 3.5 mm phone jack for line audio input

Others: One DC jack 12 volt @ 200mA output, relay control

One mini-DIN RS-232


6.5 lbs (2.95 kg)

Dimensions (W x H x D)

11.9 x 9.9 x 4.5 inches (302 x 251 x 114.5 ±1 mm)


Operating Temperature: 5o C- 35o C (41o F-95o F)

Storage Temperature: -20o C to 60o C (4o F to 140o F)

Humidity: 80% maximum

I wonder how fast the color wheel is? I was rainbow sensitive to the the X1 and Dell 2100. Dell has some horrible customer service so buyer beware.

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The M1-DA is a DVI alternative, it's still digital you just need a special cable DVI to M1-DA. In my book it's virtually DVI in terms that you can use DVI devices connected to the Dell and have a pure digital signal. This is just like the 3200MP.

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Is the M1-DI interface on these Dell projectors HDCP compatible?
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