Typical of the features I am speaking of is the X445′s impressive sound, pushed through four 3 watt speakers (many lighter projectors offer one, or two 1 watt speakers, so when you use most projectors in medium to medium-large rooms they definitely need external speakers to fill the room. This Hitachi does fine on sound, unless you need some really high fidelity, or really loud full range sound.
As is typical of projectors that often get ceiling mounted, it is loaded with inputs. But of note, the projector has a DVI input, for pure digital sources, in addition to the traditional analog inputs. This is an up and coming feature, that we are now seeing on a small but significant number of projectors out there.
More on this later in the warranty section, but the Hitachi projector has a particularly excellent warranty.
This Hitachi is priced as a performance model in its class. Not the least expensive by any means, but offering more than you will expect to find on a “value” projector, and certainly a projector worth considering.
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