1 x HDMI Audio/Video Input; 1 x DVI-I Video Input; 1 x VGA DE-15 Video Input; 1 x HDBaseT RJ45 Audio/Video, Control, Data, LAN Input; 2 x 1/8" 3.5 mm Mini Audio Input; 1 x 1/8" 3.5 mm Mini Remote Input; 1 x RS-232C Unspecified Connector Control Input; 1 x USB Service Input; 1 x Ethernet RJ45 LAN Input/Output
Color or bit depth is the amount of information of the item being scanned; the higher the bit depth, the more colors get used and the better looking your scan will be. Grayscale images are 8-bit images, with 256 levels of gray. Color images scanned with a 24-bit scanner will have nearly 17 million colors; 36-bit scanners will give you more than 68 billion colors.
Throw is the distance of a movie projector from the screen. It is the distance the image is thrown onto the screen, and it has a large effect on screen size. Often in home theatre individuals lack the correct throw distance in the room but can buy a short throw lens. There are also "long throw" lenses available.
This is the maximum brightness for a projector usually measured in Lumens. 2000 Lumens is considered good for small and portable projectors while 4500 Lumens is considered super bright and practical for large venues.