BenQ MH760


Key features:

  • USB flash drive output
  • Luminous flux 5000 lm
  • DLP projector for office
  • Built-in speakers: 2 x 10 W
  • The image size from 1.52 to 4.57 m
  • Projector Resolution: 1920×1080 (Full HD)



The BenQ MH760, as a Full HD projector with centered optics, offers excellent conditions for an attractive installation in meeting and conference rooms. In-office models, it is even more necessary than, say, in low-cost projectors for DC. Because office devices are much more likely to display static images with many small details that will inevitably blur when using digital image trapezoid correction.


Flexible Installation

To its 1.3 times zoom optics and its vertical lens shift, the BenQ MH760 offers excellent conditions for flexible installation. In particular, the lens shift function offers its advantages if you want to align the image on the screen. You do not have to hang the projector diagonally, and you can use the lens shift Relocate function. It has no negative impact on image quality. When setting up the picture is also the 2D KeystoneFunction helpful. You can use it to correct slight skewing in the image. In this case, 2D means that you can make vertical and horizontal adjustments.


Image Technology

Now the more and more users value with high resolution. No matter whether you are projecting films, pictures, or PowerPoint content. Thanks to the Full HDresolutionthe BenQ MH760 offers an attractive basis for multimedia use. It is just as suitable for the presentation of films in Full HD quality for the playback of PowerPoint content. The DLP Beamer uses the 1920 x 1080 pixels of the Full HD resolution in 16: 9 format. With 5000 lumens, its light output is at a reasonable level. Of the contrast of 2,000: 1 is also well positioned, even if it may not seem that way. The BenQ MH760 test showed this when displaying dark image content.


MHL & Connections

Another feature of the BenQ MH760 is the MHL-enabled HDMI Connection. You can use it to connect MHL-compatible smartphones and tablets and present content from them. In addition, you can supply the optional BenQ QCast dongle with power via this connection. It means that a separate power supply no longer required for this adapter.

In terms of interfaces, the BenQ MH760 well positioned. It has two HDMI entrances, one of them with MHL. There is also a VGA input and a VGA output. For older video signals, stands for Cinch-Video and an S-video connection available. ALAN and a stand for the controlRS232Interface available. There is also a USB Type-A (5V) and a mini USB connection (service). The internal speaker stands for inch-Audio, 3.5 mm jack inputs, and a 3.5 mm jack output available.


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