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Acer H6541BD – New projector with Football Mode from Acer!

Acer has introduced a new home projector – Acer H6541BD. The projector supports Full HD resolution, has a high image brightness (4000 lumens) and has a full set of technologies to improve video quality, including Acer LumiSense, Acer ColorBoost3D and Acer ColorSafe II. The projector is easy to install, 24/7 capable and a real treat for football fans thanks to its unique Football Mode.


  • Acer H6541BD is a compact projector for watching movies and sports games with friends.
  • Supports Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and an LED lamp with an impressive 12,000 hour lifespan.
  • A contrast ratio of 10,000: 1 and a brightness of 4,000 lumens ensure crisp, detailed images in all conditions.
  • Color correction and image optimization technologies guarantee high-quality color reproduction even after years of service.
  • Ease of installation and use: automatic correction and image flip when mounted to the ceiling, the ability to turn on the projector immediately after connecting to the network.
  • Taking care of the environment and the user’s eyesight: ExtremeEco mode prolongs lamp life, while Acer BluelightShield fights eye fatigue.

Easy connectivity and comfort

The Acer H6541BD is a compact home projector designed for fans of entertainment and watching movies and shows on the big screen. It is designed in such a way that the user needs a minimum of effort to connect and get started: simply plug in the projector or connect an external signal source to it. The device supports automatic image correction and image flip when installed on the ceiling (mount sold separately). And for those who have not yet assembled their own audio system for a home cinema, the projector has a built-in 3-watt speaker with a large headroom. The novelty supports manual focus and 1.1x zoom, and the noise during operation does not exceed 27 dB (in eco mode).

Acer H6541BD provides a full range of interfaces for connecting to external image sources, including 2 HDMI ports, VGA (D-sub) and RCA connectors.

Impressive image quality

A key requirement for a home projector is image and color quality that should not degrade in extremely bright or low light conditions. Acer H6541BD maintains a high brightness of 4000 lumens, and its contrast ratio reaches 10,000: 1 thanks to Dynamic Black technology, which adjusts the lamp backlight to the picture so that blacks are always deep and saturated. At the same time, Acer LumiSense technology helps preserve fine details even in the darkest areas of the image. At the same time, the projection resolution Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) allows you to enjoy the maximum video detail.

Acer engineers paid no less attention to the quality of color reproduction. The device supports Acer ColorBoost3D technology, a powerful image processing and lamp backlight control system that allows you to fine-tune colors and tints using a 6-segment color wheel. Thanks to this technology and the use of a modern processor from Texas Instruments, the projection color quality remains at its best in any conditions. Also ColorBoost3D and Acer ColorSafe II technology help keep the colors saturated and natural even after long periods of using the projector.

For lovers of three-dimensional images, the Acer H6541BD provides the ability to use HDMI 3D technology (3D glasses are sold separately). And for sports fans, there is a dedicated Football Mode that boosts color saturation and helps maintain maximum detail and realism. The game will look truly alive!

Sustainable and vision-conscious

With Eco Mode, the Acer H6541BD has a lamp life of up to 12,000 hours, even when operating 24/7. However, the ExtremeECO feature helps to reduce the power consumption of the projector by 70% by automatically switching to Eco mode when no signal source is present and then turning off the power to the device. The projector is equipped with Acer BluelightShield technology, which removes harmful blue light radiation that can cause eye fatigue without compromising color quality.

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