Designed for large venue installations the X56 is the most flexablity and adaptability projector in the 3M range.
5,000 Lumens of brightness to ensure great performance in the most challenging environments.
Instant Stack. Double the brightness to 10,000 Lumens by stacking two X56 projectors together and projecting onto the same screen. The instant stack function also enables simultaneous control and effective asset management.
Network Control, Management and Presentation. A range of useful applications including projector control via the network (up to 500 projectors), ability to create MyImage files and send to the projector, Transmit and display a message on the projector via the network and wireless presentations via the LAN
Advanced installation features including extended throw ratio of 1.5 ~ 2.5:1 and Vertical/Horizontal lens shift makes the X56 a breeze to install anywhere.
Built-in AMX Device Discovery utility for easy set-up
Remote mouse emulation, allows the presenter to control the presentation from anywhere in the room
With 5,000 lumens of brightness, extensive connectivity, horizontal/vertical lens shift and a x1.7 zoom lens, the 3M Digital Projector X56 is designed for even the most challenging installations. Stack two X56 projectors and get an incredible 10,000 lumens for ultra bright images. Network control and presenting facilities makes maintenance and broadcasting messages super easy. Up to 5,000 hours lamp life gives you low cost of ownership.
Up to 75 persons
2 x 8.0w Speakers
Brightness Eco Mode (Lumens)
Audio 3.5mm x2, Audio RCA, Componant RCA, Composite RCA, Control RS232, HDMI, LAN RJ45, Mic, Remote Control 3.5mm, RGB x2 (1x VGA, 5x BNC), RGB x2 (VGA), S-Video, USB Type A, USB Type B
Audio 3.5mm, RGB x1 (VGA)
USB memory device
Lamp Life (eco mode)
3.000 Hours (5.000 Hours)
215W UHP Lamp
XGA (1024 x 768)
Network & Wireless Functions
Network & Wifi Presenting, Network Management
Power cords (US, UK, Europe), remote control without laser (with AA batteries), RGB cable, multi-language operator’s guide CD and lens cap