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The Planar PD8150 is slightly better endowed than most other, under $10,000 home theater projectors. It has the usual two HDMI 1.3 inputs, which seems to be the standard these days (I still think manufacturers should provide three). In addition, there are two component video inputs; one with 3 color coded RCA jacks, the other with 3 BNC connectors (old school). In addition, there are the usual composite video (RCA jack) and S-Video (the usual DIN connector) inputs as well. The Planar PD8150 also has a separate analog computer input (standard HD15 connector used on all monitors). As expected there is an RS-232 serial port for command and control of the projector from PC or room controller.
In addition to all of that, the Planar offers two 12 volt triggers for screen control. That would allow controlling a motorized screen, and a masking system, or one of the triggers can be used for controlling the motorized sled of an anamorphic lens.