The brand is reliable. Ben Q is the best-selling projector brand in the world with a one year warranty. The 4K high resolution has 3000 lux of brightness; 100 inch images from 2m away; and a stunning color. 709 16ms@4K/60Hz low input lag, game mode and sound mode to fine- tune audio and images. The performance is good. Huge, bright, sharp images and equalized audio are compatible with major consoles. Easy set-up includes 1.2x zoom flexible throw distances, 2D auto vertical keystone, and picture rotation adjustment. Thousands of the latest apps, movies, shows, live sports, games, music, and more are available in the Play store. USER-FRIENDLY: You can cast with both. No app was required. The remote controls both the projector and TV. Their US-based customer service team is here when you need it. Also, note: You can connect to an HDMI cable if you use the laptop browser. This device doesn't have access to Netflix.
👤This beat out my old projector. There is a My old projector was a high definition one and it was great for gaming. When I can feel the delay, it's a let down when I play a lot of fighting games. I bought a 4K projector from Optoma and it was ok but not for gaming, I waited and finally saw this model, I decided to try it out and it is well worth it! I have a PS5 and a PC and it has been great. I recommend the Ben QK700STi if you are looking for a 4K gaming projector. If you don't need the 4k then I would recommend the BenQ. You can get a big image from about 3-6 feet with the short throw BenQ projectors. Well done BenQ! If I get the chance, I will post videos showing the Ps5 being used with the TK700STi.
👤If you intend to use it for 3d blu rays, do not buy this projector. 3d blu rays do not work. After setting up and throwing the shipping supplies away, I discovered this and am stuck with customer support. There is an issue with the new 4k TI chips they used, and as of now the only response anyone can get is "it should be resolved soon".
👤The return policy is something you should consider if you really want this project.
👤It's heaven for PC gaming and movies. Below is a long version. I use this projector for PC gaming and as a home theater for steaming movies and shows, but right now, primarily the latter, but I hope to change this soon because of my schedule. The picture quality on this thing is top notch, so let's get that out of the way. The frame rates at resolutions that are competitive with high end PC gaming monitors give you a lot to love about this monitor. At 100 inches. The price for performance on how this thing works as a gaming monitor is pretty amazing. The picture quality at the size you can easily get out of this thing is better than the 80ish inch TV. This thing compares favorably in terms of brightness, resolution and color with all but the highest end TVs for a fraction of the price. This thing is amazing. I don't have this set up in a completely blacked out room, and I would say that the issues I have with natural lighting while using the projector during the day are the same as the issues I have with a TV in a similarly lit room. If that is a concern, consider a window blackout solution. I highly recommend a dedicated screen for this beast. It is silly to debase the amazing picture quality of this machine by projecting it onto a wall. Sometimes the projector gets confused with input devices, and I need to power cycle one or the other to use the projector as a computer monitor. It is not a big deal, and the couple of times it has happened it has been when I am messing around with display settings. It may be on my computer. The remote that comes with the projector is mixed. The remote that comes with the projector is not the most responsive, and the smart TV function that comes with the projector is pretty good. The key seems to be a slow, deliberate button pressing. This is not a big deal in itself; the remote is not very good at adjusting projector settings and the onboard speaker is not going to win any awards. The seamless integration with the remote is a nice touch, but it isn't perfect. I found that a 4K fire stick was more responsive than a streaming device, and that you can pop a fire stick into the same HDMI slot and power source. I like the Amazon one better than the one I have right now, but I am doing that right now. I will see if I can figure out how to power the projector through the Amazon remote when I am brave, but it hasn't bothered me yet. This is more of an option than a real complaint, and the fact that the projector comes with an organic smart TV function should be seen as a bonus, especially at this price point. I recommend a sound system that matches the quality of the picture on this projector to do the experience justice. It was a challenge to find a sound bar that worked with the set up. I recommend something with a wide variety of input format compatibility, but it's the eARC/HDMI function that's the key at the end of the day. After fighting a Klipsch Cinema 600 for 2 weeks with missed results, my initial review was pretty heated, but it turned out it was the soundbar, and the problems and solutions to them when they worked were way weird. I went with the HW-Q800, which was easy to set up, and it worked great, and it sounded great. I edited my review to make sure that I didn't ruin someone's day, and to correct my mistake of thinking that the issue was on the projector. This projector is the bottom line. It is amazing. The price per performance on a projector that delivers most of the functions you would expect out of a high end gaming monitor at up to 120 inches is just. It was plain. Dumb. In the best way possible. If you have a stereotypical man cave game room and you want to add a screen that is just big and beautiful for both a quality gaming and home theater experience, look no further. Next to a top of the line TV that could perform in gaming at the same level, you might say that the OLED looked better. For 83 inches, you will pay more than 4 times the price of the projector, which is my reason for buying a projector for the first time. The projector offered 85% of the experience I wanted from a TV at 25% of the price. I feel that the projector matches or wins in all categories against any comparable TV.
It's a HDR comparison. brigher whites and deeper black levels can be achieved with the use of 4K technology. Fast response time. Enhanced gaming mode has a response time of 8.4ms. A high brightness of 4,000 lux and a 6-segment color wheel produce accurate color with sRGB and REC.709. Clear, detailed images are rendered from high definition content without downscaling or compression. Extreme connection: You can connect to gaming consoles, media players, and other HDMI devices with dual HDMI inputs. Easy installation. Flexible placement in any environment is possible with a vertical keystone correction and a 1.3X zoom. An average of 4 hours of viewing time every day is provided by the long lamp life.
👤The projector is mostly quiet and looks good, but don't be fooled by the 15,000 hour lamp life claim. A year and a month after purchase, the lamp stopped working. And guess what. The lamp is waranties for 90 days. If it had been on for a full year, it would have come in under 9000 hours. If they have to back that up with a warranty, they might as well say it lasts for a while. I bought 3 years of extended warranty through Asurion because I thought the bulbs were a weak point. There is a short story. Do not waste your money on it. After jumping through hoops for about 5 hours, my persistance paid off. They sent me a lable to get my projector fixed. A week and 3 days later, I received a note saying that the customer must replace the bulb. Guess what. They don't cover the bulbs. Isn't that great? From my mistake, learn. While the picture quality is good, you are buying from a company that won't stand behind their claims. You should not pay the extra 50 dollars for a 3 year cleaning contract that takes years of your life due to the stress of just trying to get your warranty honored. Optoma and Asurion are both bad for business and have bad publicity.
👤The Optoma GT1080 I had before is no longer valid. It's even quieter. When scenes are switched between light and dark, they are spectacular. It doesn't lose color, it's not too dark, and it's not grainy. I got a 65" curved TV when my projector died. The price was the same. I'll take this projector any day of the week, even though the TV was beautiful. I returned the TV after the projector arrived. Go for it if you think you might want it. You will not be disappointed.
👤I've tried several projectors, but this was what I was after. The lights are on in the room. I put this up in my garage, where I had 4 shop lights and a light from the door. You can still see the picture. If you can turn the light off above the screen, it would be better. The picture is great. I have a surround sound system. I can't say if the sound is good. I changed my fan to Eco+ and it was almost completely silent, despite the fact that the fan was a little noisy in bright mode. I keep it in Eco+ because it is still very bright, and I can't tell much difference in the picture. It is really good, but not 4K quality. You can see the pictures in the dark and on a paused screen, but first you have to see the quality on the screen. There is no lag in sports. The photos and video are in eco+.
👤I replaced the item with my Optoma HD 27-E and it worked fine. The screen flickered like the bulb was going out. I went online to replace my projector and got a message from Optoma that they couldn't return. Someone off shore gave me the same advice I received from Amazon. I was transferred after requesting to speak to a Manager. I told the Manager what my issue was and she said she would help me. She said that she would replace my projector immediately and that I should receive it within two days, which I did. I asked her why she told the offshore reps that there was nothing they could do for me, after I told them that the Amazon website said free returns. She said that she would bring the misunderstanding to their attention. If you know you are within your rights, ask the person at the top for help. The projector is beautiful and there are no flickers so far. I hope this will help other people with the same problem.
The light source is dependent on a laser. The DuraCore laser light source eliminates lamp and filter replacements for up to 30, 000 hours of low-cost and virtually maintenance-free operation. The short hair extensions are called short hair. It's ideal for smaller spaces and easier installation because of the large 120" image projected from 4'4" away. The 4K technologies enable brigher whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience of images and videos. There are lights on view. Project in any room in the house, including family rooms, theater or game rooms, as well as outdoor spaces such as backyards, camping, tailgating and more, with an incredible 4, 200 lumens of brightness. Home Cinema picture quality has a resolution of 19201080 and a 1 contrast ratio. Movies, gaming, and more can be accessed through media players, consoles, and 4K HDMI cables. Easy image setting. Simple image adjustment is provided by auto keystone and four corner correction.
👤Excellent picture quality. The main use is for my golf simulator. The optoma website isn't all it's cracked up to be. They highlight 4k, but make sure to read the fine details. It is not a 4k projector. It has a 4k input. The reason is that 4k has a high definition signal. This is the one for you if you want a high definition projector. It was easy to setup and shift the image. There are horizontal and vertical shifts. There is a horizontal and vertical keystone. It has four keystones. It has everything. The digital shift is something I don't like. It has a jump. You can slowly turn it to get the zoom you want. I was between -4 and -4. And -5 magnification. I had to set it at -4 You should stretch out the corners with a keystone. I didn't want to do that because the image was slightly distorted. This is a projector that is whisper quiet. Practically silent.
👤This is a short-throw. It's bright. It's not loud. I don't use the built-in speakers so can't comment on them. I notice the rainbow effect when white objects move over a dark background, but I am getting used to it. I can't seem to set up the projector. It ignores me or returns to the same question over and over when I turn it on, even if I press on the remote. The projector will play the disc in it if my player is plugged in and turned on. I find dvds to be of lower picture quality than blue-rays. I can't complete the set-up so I haven't tried any of the features that require internet. I'm not a tech savvy person, so I expect I'm doing something wrong with this projector.
👤Today I got the projector and tested it. The picture is well built. Anyone can plug and play. The intuitive remote is glowing in the dark. Excellent build quality. Less noise is not noticeable. There is a white mark at the top right corner. What a terrible thing. There is a Returning it as-is. For the price of 1500+, there should be no compromise. There is a I am looking forward to ordering the same projector from another store because it is a great projector. Amazon Return saves consumers' Ass most of the time.
👤The item was bought at a $100 discount from Amazon. There were black marks on the white top housing of the projector. It does work mechanically, but its condition was not described accurately by Amazon. Buyers of Amazon products that are described might want a photo of the actual merchandise that they are buying before they commit to buying.
👤There is a digital zoom within the fixed projection. I understood that the test pattern was carefully measured to determine the right location for mounting the projector to provide a projection that filled my screen. 80% of the test pattern is projected. Installation details don't mention that little fact. A projector is mounted above a dropped ceiling in a church. It's a big hassle to move. The projected image is great. It is very readable if it is close to the screen. It's bad that the image doesn't fill the available screen and will require a lot of work to re-position, but it could have been avoided if the instructions had been provided.
An advanced DLP lamp brings stunning FHD entertainment at a bright 700 ANSI lumens. The 100 inch screen size has vivid colors. The patented Smart keystone correction will adjust the projected screen up to 40 degrees both vertically and horizontally to give you the best viewing experience. Dolby Audio/Theater-Like Audio is a program that uses the 2x3W speaker to produce audio that fills any room. Light up your portable theater. The DICE is a portable projector that can run off the rechargable battery for up to two films. It's great for evening screenings outdoors. You can build-in a projector with apps from the Play Store, including Disney+, Prime Video, and more. You can use a projector to mirror your phone's screen. You can build-in a projector with apps from the Play Store, including Disney+, Prime Video, and more. You can use a projector to mirror your phone's screen.
👤There are relatively little reviews of this. It turned out well. I had previously bought an Xgimi Mogo Pro, and the WeMax Dice beats it in almost every way. The Xgimi Mogo Pro has advantages over the Mogo Pro. I can start the movie earlier in the evening using this. The battery life is better. I had range anxiety with the Mogo Pro. I couldn't get through a short movie unless I changed the picture. I can comfortably watch an average-length movie with the help of the Dice. The cord is longer. The cord of the Mogo Pro was too short. This one doesn't need an extension. The built-in sound is better. The Mogo Pro was barely audible outdoors. This definitely gets loud. Sometimes there is sound clipping with loud noises on the low end, but it's not bad. Hopefully they can improve this with an update. The build quality is better. The Mogo Pro wasn't bad, but the Dice is a step up. It is well built and has nice materials. Customer service is pretty good. I have been very quick to respond to sound issues that I have reached out about. The headphones out is too quiet. The audio output from the headphones is too quiet, so I connect this to a Hyperboom for a better outdoor sound experience. I can't turn up the sound more, but I should. The customer service said they would look into the problem. I wouldn't need to hook up a cord to the Hyperboom, as the Mogo Pro supports low-latency, which is an advantage. It's brand new, so I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt. Everything else about it is perfect. I would suggest using Aptoide TV to get around the lack of Amazon Prime in the Play Store. I was able to install builds of both Amazon Prime and Netflix on the device. There is no lag between the audio and video after a system update. Great! The update killed my app. That is unfortunate. I can't install the app again from Aptoide. Unfortunate. It was close to perfect. After another update to the system, the Aptoide version is working. I have no complaints about this thing.
👤This projector is not a $10K entertainment system, so it's important to set the tone of this review. It's a portable projector that's priced under $1K. The picture quality is amazing. The picture quality is important to our family. Don't expect to see anything in strong light or medium light. If necessary, lower the blinds or move to a darker room. The image is large and sharp in a dark environment. We've used it to watch a movie and play games. There were no complaints either time. It works well for video games. There are notes and thoughts. The battery life is advertised. You can charge your phone and other devices, but there is no zoom. The auto focus and keystone work as advertised. This is an excellent projector at this price point. You could get better quality out of a $3K projector. That is 3x more expensive. The picture quality was the most important thing to me, and I am very pleased with what the Dice has to offer.
Audio and Video in the zone 2 3840 2160 or 8.3 million IndividualPixels give incredible clarity and crisply defined details. Not like other manufacturers. The latest form of projector technology is Cinematic Color Technology, which gives you larger visible spectrum than you can get with rec. 709 It is designed to give you a cinema experience without having to go to the cinema to see it. The right level of light penetration is what makes 10-ELEMENT LENS ARAY. Installation flexibility is achieved through a vertical lens shift and short throw. 100” is enabled by a 3x big zoom lens. 2ft to be set up. The Best of Awards - HometheaterHiFI 2019: Highly Recommended. BenQ's 3-year warranty is the industry's leading warranty and it gives you peace of mind that their US-based customer service team is here when you need it.
👤Settling in is PROLOGUE. The W1070 was released six years ago. The W1070 was a first-of-its-kind projector that combined the right ingredients in the right price-package that allowed it to punch well above its weight. It was the first projector to be available for under $1,000 and it did not skimp on performance. It became one of the best selling home theater projectors of all-time because of the combination of brightness, resolution, sharpness, color accuracy, and a great 3D feature-set at a price below $1,000. Wait. Isn't this a review for the HT3550? I will get to that. The context of the W1070 is similar to the emerging 4K projector market. In this review, I want to give you an idea of how your average pro-sumer has experienced this projector, especially in a large-format dedicated theater space. My setup consists of a theater built under my garage. I have a large screen with a large gain that is transparent. I don't over exaggerate when I say that the HT3550 is a silver bullet category killer. The W1070 was with the affordable 4K market. You don't have to compromise in black levels or placement flexibility when you are moving up from solid performers like the W1070 and HT2050. Enough information. Let's dig in! There are specifications and hardware. The projector is capable of producing a resolution of 3840x2160. This is achieved by shifting a native DMD 480 times per second to create 8.3 million unique images on the screen. The XPR technology allows it to achieve the HDMI 2.0a spec of 4K HDR at 60 frames per second in both of its inputs. This allows it to be compatible with the PS4 and the Xbox One X. It supports 4K60 when connected to a PC. BenQ is introducing a new implementation. I will say that this seems to be a happy marriage of hardware and software. Helping out on the hardware side is an all new 10-element glass lens array, dynamic iris, and with the new TI DMD chip; no more gray border. The result is an impressive image which I will discuss more in my review of the performance of the HT3550. BenQ is one of the first projectors to support HLG. HLG is a new standard for broadcasting high definition over the internet. The first to adopt the standard are the broadcasters. There are 5 standard SDR modes and 1 hidden HDR10 mode in the HT3550. The mode is bright. It is washed out in green and useless unless you are projecting data in a brightly lit conference room. At the expense of color accuracy, the tv has a higher color saturation and brightness. This mode allowed me to watch NBA games and TV on my DVR. Cinema is my favorite mode. It provides the best brightness, color accuracy, and detail for the most types of content with Brilliant Color set to On. Digital Cinema is a type of cinema that uses the "Wide Color Mode" set to On. In the "DCI-P3" section, there will be more on this later. This mode is based on Cinema and Digital Cinema. Other modes can be imported into this mode. When the content of the HDR is detected, this mode is automatically engaged. It is very good out of the box, even though you can modify it to your liking. Changes you make will be saved and engaged. Very nice. The sound profile of the HT3550 is very pleasant. Consistency and deep. No buzzing at start up or engaging in a discussion. It's mounted right above my head and it sounds like moving air. The dynamic iris on the HT3550 was the most striking item on the spec-list. I don't know if there is a dynamic iris in any projector at this price point, but they are usually only found in projectors that cost over $2,000. I will talk about this feature later. The DCI-P3 color space and Rec709 coverage are both impressive. The only thing that has ever been done by a 4K projector is the coverage of the DCI-P3. Most other.47” 4K DLP projectors last year tested in the 60%s. This great coverage can be achieved with a setting called "Wide Color Mode" which acts as a color filter in the optical assembly. You can hear a click. It engages for the first time. The color is amazing with the color filter in place. There is a catch. The mode reduces light output. The image in this mode will be around 800 to 900 lumens. This mode should only be used in a dark room. An upgrade from last year's models is smooth. Medium was the right amount to smooth the motion while watching basketball. To anyone who enjoys this feature on movies. It's a good thing. The multi-use audio feature set from BenQ addresses a broader target audience. 3.5mm and an optical out for audio is what we now have. The portable entertainment features have been expanded even further with the addition of a built in media player which can play almost anything you throw at it. You can use the dedicated power port to run a dedicated Fire TV or Roku Streaming Stick in either of the HDMI ports. This one impacts so much that it's big. BenQ has moved away from having multiple less powerful chips on the HT2530 to sharing the processing load from 4K, HD, and 3D. The processing power has been reduced to 1-2 SOCs. This upgrade will lead to a number of benefits for the end- user. I noticed the HT3550 was 15 seconds faster on a cold boot than theTK800 I was going to upgrade from. In real life, 15 seconds seems like an eternity and is ready for some time. The HT2550 and the TK800 have vastly improved compared to the source switch, handshaking, Picture Modes, 3D detection, menu snappiness and more. There are no system functions that are not affected by this processor improvement. Theusbware updates leads to user up-gardeware! The multiple processor chip setup of last year's models led to the firmware not being able to be upgraded by the end- user. Early users of the W1070 can jump in with confidence because BenQ has a very good post launch support of their projectors. I feel like 4K was made for projectors. The resolution and immersion can be appreciated in ways that TVs can't. The extra resolution of the HT3550 is handled nicely, but it shines in the implementation of the HDR. I have to say that I am very impressed with BenQ's new implementation of theHDR-Pro. The software, lens array, and dynamic iris all work together to increase the overall image quality by a large margin. The highlights and shadows show more details than the overall image shows. The content in 4K is very bright. I had a great image with great contrast and black levels on my 160” screen, even though I turned the HDR brightness setting to +2. The admission that my fussing with content from title to title was minimal is the best compliment that I can give this projector. My wife doesn't like what I fiddle with. There were a few scenes where the tone mapping in the red spectrum went a bit too far. The area with the most apparent improvement is the contrast and black levels. The projector uses an updated.47” 4K DLP DMD which fixes the grey border. The grey border on last year's models was not noticeable to me in every day use but it could be argued that the extra light bouncing around only served to reduce the contrast and raise the gray point. The grey border should not have been a thing. Black levels have gone from "Meh" to "GREAT" with the addition of a new DMD, a dynamic iris, and a new lens array. For this price point. The perception of last year's.47” DLP 4K projectors was crippled by this hurdle. The implementation of the dynamic iris is impressive. My subjective pass/fail rating on dynamic iris implementations is simple. Does the image look better when it's on? Can you tell if it's acting in the image? If the answer is yes or no, we will get the pass or fail. The pass is called the HT3550. What degree? There is a need for a further discussion. Context is something we love. Here are my impressions of a projector that I owned, the Epson 4000, which was a 4K capable projector. I found that the dynamic iris led to a dimmer image and the actuation on dim scenes was slightly delayed. I was pulled out of the movie by this. It didn't make the image look better and I noticed when it would disengage. I have a big screen so I can use all of it. I left the feature on the 400 off most of the time. I don't notice any dim delay with it on. BenQ has gone above and beyond with this dynamic iris implementation with dynamic tone mapping that adjusts the tone on screen depending on the iris. This leads to higher perceived brightness and better black levels. Light leakage is very good for this size. The 'ceiling halo' that's so prevalent in projectors has been completely cured in the BenQ HT3550, thanks to a simple black piece of plastic placed in front of the lens that dually serves as a handsome placard for their '4K' branding. Control of light leaking on front is a boon for contrast. BenQ has been known for their out of box color. It looks good if you unbox it and turn it on. This was the case on the TK800, HT2550, and W1070. If you have ever read one of my reviews, I always start with a mix of brightness, contrast, and sharpness plus or minus 5 points on the settings scale, and adjustments to color temperature to get that just right. What can I say? I am a tinkerer. The best out-of-the-box color I have seen is provided by the HT3550, and there is a reason I didn't lead with My preferred settings. They are out of the box settings. My settings are the same as they were when I opened the box. I have tried to break them down and change them. For most content and environments, just enjoy it in Cinema mode. BenQ gives a factory Calibration Report in an envelope. It was a nice touch to say hey. We care about color. It shows. The HT3550 claims 2000 lumens, 200 less than the previous one. In my testing, the HT3550 seems brighter than the HT2550. I think the color brightness is better. The perceived brightness is spot on to my eye for this screen size in the default Cinema Mode, and I felt the HT2550 was just bright enough for my 160” screen. It is also fantastic. 3D content handling and performance is vastly improved. The projector will switch to 3D mode when a 3D Blu Ray is played. Nothing needs to be done by the user. I watched a movie from the high definition screen. I sat in the first row. My glasses were all on the screen. It was very realistic. The image was bright enough for my screen. I tested my own library of titles with my Shield. I only had to change the Shield's resolution to1080p and the projector 3D mode to make it look like it was from the SBS. Everything I threw at it was picked up. 3D is done at 120hz for those that care. The W1070 did 3D at a slower rate than the W1070, but I could not see a difference in motion handling. I am a casual game player. It is a blast to play on the HT3550. Over the last generation of BenQ's, input lag has not improved. This is being pinned at 50-60ms which equates to two frames of the game. I have two eyeballs and two thumbs, but I am not equipped to measure. The bio-inputs tell me that the input lag is not noticeable to me and that it is a blast to play on. I know that pro-gamers care about 50ms of input lag and if that amount of lag is not acceptable, I know the Optoma projectors and the HT2050 and 2050a can achieve input lag close to single digits. I created a custom resolution on my PC and the HT3550 was able to handle it with ease. Mouse movements were fluid and you would expect that with a high refresh rate monitor. I notice the input lag on PC more than the Xbox since I am used to my Gsync monitor and my mouse movements are not that bad. I had fun playing League of Legends on the big screen. The placement is important. I want to address this in a good section. If and where a projector makes sense in your space is determined by the combination of throw, zoom, and offset. Throw ratio is the measurement that tells us how large the projected image is. The zoom of the projector allows you to project different image sizes from the same lens location, which is why this spec is always a range. The range is related to the zoom. The calculation of the throw ratio is easy. The throw ratio is 1.13-1.47. The example is a 100” diagonal 16:9 screen. To determine the minimum distance from the screen to the projector lens, you divide the width of the screen by the number in the throw ratio. The product is about 8 feet tall. The maximum distance the lens can be at to project a 100” image is determined by the larger number in the throw ratio. The product is either 10 or 128 inches in length. The range of the lens is from 8'2” to 10'8" for this projector to place a 100” image on the screen. If you are starting from scratch, the offset is the most important measurement. The user is told how much of the projected image is above or below the projector's lens. It's not ideal for a lens to be dead center in an image in a ceiling or table mounted location. The lens is completely below the projected image if the projector has an offset of 100% or more. The calculation is straight forward and simple. The 100” image example is a throw ratio example. The starting offset is 105%. The entire image will be below the lens with a screen-to-lens distance of 5% of the image's height. A 100” screen has a heigh of 49. The default lens position is 2.5” above a squarely placed image, with a 100” image and a 105% offset. The lens shift adds another variable to placement. The lens shift on the HT3550 is 5%. The image above is affected by this. There is a dial on the projector that can change the offset. The image can be adjusted without resorting to digital keystone. The range for the lens on the HT3550 is 0”-5” above the projected image. The additional distance from the lens to the ceiling needs to be calculated to determine where the top of the screen needs to be. The lens is placed from the ceiling. The top of the 100” screen can be anywhere from 7”-12” from the ceiling with a mount that places the center of the lens 7” from the ceiling. I just explained it, but it is much simpler. Some projectors have worse range. The placement flexibility afforded by a manufacturer like Epson is something that you will find in the HT3550. The addition of a small amount of lens shift is welcome, but it was not included in the two models. The throw ratio, offset, and lens shift are all the same for owners of the W1070 and HT2050. This is a direct upgrade path that does not have to change mounting location or screen size. An easy swap. The piece of kit is truly impressive. I think we all wanted last year's 4K crop to be, so it is the projector. There were high expectations for the HT3550. The W1070 was 6 years ago, and I believe that this is the silver bullet for 4K projectors. I don't know of anything else in the market that would compete with this projector at its price point. If you're looking for a projector that costs under $2,000, the HT3550 should be on your list. In classic Pro/Meh fashion, here is my breakdown: Pros - Good blacks and contrast. The letterbox is dark. Black levels are good. The grey border is over! Dynamic iris! The lens shift is very good out of the box, the 4K image is sharp, the color is very good, and the 3D is handled well. 3D and ambient light spaces could benefit. The fan noise is better. The feature set with HLG and CFI MEH is well rounded and has an average input lag. The user interface is outdated.
Superior Resolution might be an understatement. You can get 4x resolution of full HD or1080p with 4K and bright 3100 ANSI lumens light source. Nova is built with patented technology. Light can be used more efficiently for sharper detail across a wider color range and deeper vibrance for better video resolution. The short throw projector reduces eyestrain. You can choose from four projector sizes with the WeMax Nova laser projector. The center piece of your home theater will be a 150” screen. The right size for your setting is 80 inches, 100 inches, 120 inches, and 150 inches. Micro adjustments are made for the perfect home cinema experience with the 8-Point keystone correction dial. The Nova laser projector has a powerful 30W speakers by the audio company Dolby Audio. The home theatre experience can be enhanced by this stereo. If you already have a home cinema sound system, the Nova laser projector can be connected to it. The Nova is a smart projector that comes with thousands of apps at your fingertips. You can watch your favorite shows from a variety of providers. You can use the voice command button to tell Nova what you want to see. Also, note: Fire TV stick or similar device is required for streaming. There is a multi-tiered video company. It is possible to cast to Nova with a wireless connection from a variety of streaming devices. You should pair the Fire TV stick with the Netflix workaround. There are multiple video slots, a built-in casting for video, and ausb. You can connect a stereo system to a soundbar. There is a multi-tiered video company. It is possible to cast to Nova with a wireless connection from a variety of streaming devices. You should pair the Fire TV stick with the Netflix workaround. There are multiple video slots, a built-in casting for video, and ausb. You can connect a stereo system to a soundbar.
👤Even if you put it on a ceiling, it won't have the lens shift feature. If you have a TV stand that is more than 14 inches tall, you can only use Keystone correction to make your image look better, since it doesn't have a lens shift, and the picture gets wavy on the top left corner. If you are the type of person that likes to change the picture quality, then you should be able to. The projector has a pathetic excuse for the settings page, and the remote control doesn't come with batteries, so you're out of luck.
👤The quality was disappointing. Quality issues in manufacturing lead to a warp in the picture from a warp in the lens over the laser. keystone adjustment will not fix it. Out the gate, Defective and disappointing.
👤I did a lot of research before buying this projector to replace my old TV. I was not sure how much of a difference 400 lumens would make between this one and the other I was comparing to. The Nova was the one I decided on. The pros and cons are listed here. The -4K UHD resolution is everything they claim, it's bright and clear, no washout, and it's good for gaming. There are a lot of streaming options via the internet. I have a sound system so it's not a big issue for me, but the remote is annoying, and it doesn't come with batteries. It blew away my expectations after I bought it. If you want to get the most out of your projector screen, you should purchase a good one. I think I got the best one for the price, compared to the other projectors.
👤The picture quality was very good. I compared this to the vava short throw. Most people will be happy with either one. When they were set up side by side, there was only one difference. The picture is of high quality. Both are excellent. The image quality of the wemax was not bad. The colors on the vava were more vivid. If you want to take the time to change the colors, you can. I did not. I couldn't focus on the upper left corner of the screen. The title was blurry and annoyed me. The contrast was good. We were going to compare the wall. Sound. The vava was better in this area. The wemax was good. External audio will be available for our use. Sound didn't matter. The wemax speak is enough for most living rooms. The vava is much larger and heavier. The ceiling mount needs a unit. The vava is heavier than just a little. It works remote. A couple buttons and a directional pad. I like that it's not necessary to find an ir receiver. The vava has something called the interface wemax that has a version of the mobile operating system. We were not able to get to the onscreen menu after the update. It was very annoying. It's hard to adjust the screen colors if the picture is turned off. They are aside. The job of the tv was to house your apps and allow you to cast to it. vava has a 2 year repair / replace warranty, while warranty only has a 1 year limit. Customer service. There is a I don't know who to fault for this. We tried to exchange the unit because of the unfocused upper left corner. We had to return in because Amazon didn't offer exchanges. It took weeks of calls to get our money back. We were never told to contact the seller, so I can't put this on them. Since it only has a one year warranty, we are hesitant about buying another.
Also, note: You can connect to an HDMI cable if you use the laptop browser. This device doesn't have access to Netflix. The 4K ready version has 3000 ANSI lumens of brightness, is compatible with 4K, and has 100 inch images from 2.5m away. Game Modes are used to fine-tune audio and images at the same time. The input lag is low. The performance is good. Huge, bright, sharp images and equalized audio are compatible with major consoles. Thousands of the latest apps, movies, shows, live sports, games, music, and more are available in the Play store. The color of the vent. The auto color calibration gives superior brightness, contrast, and saturation for a long time. Their US-based customer service team is here when you need it. Also, note: You can connect to an HDMI cable if you use the laptop browser. This device doesn't have access to Netflix.
👤The picture runs on a light source. It lasts longer and is less maintenance. The highlight is lag. It is so low that any game player would appreciate it. The BenQ projector is perfect for family use and is designed with gaming in mind. Movie night just got upgraded.
👤Really enjoying this projector. The 120" screen has a great picture quality. It can be used for gaming and movies. It works best at night or in a dark room. I know I can't expect much from the projector's speakers. They are slightly above average, but still aren't enough for much. I bought a projector and a sound system. I'm really happy with my setup. I still give this a 5-star for image quality, features, and style/form factor, which I love compared to the typical rectangular projector.
👤I have had many projectors over the years, and this is one of the best. I've been looking at a projector for a while. This projector is designed for gaming, and it is half the price of the other projectors I was looking at. I have also watched a lot of movies on it. I recommend using a white screen with it, as a dark screen makes it look washed out.
👤The picture quality is great. You need to use another device with the tv if you want to watch netflix. The speaker is weak.
👤If you're into gaming, this projector is the real deal. You won't find games that are hard to play on projectors because of input delay here. The projector is responsive even when I tested some of the most demanding action games. Even if you have a less than ideal set up, picture quality will be pretty sharp even in rooms that aren't pitch black. It also comes with a streaming stick, which was a nice bonus, as it allowed you to access things like YouTube, Netflix, and other internet services without having to plug in any other hardware. The quality of this projector is topnotch and it's a great investment for your home entertainment center.
👤Some truly cinematic gaming can be seen in the colors that pop. I've been playing a lot of Cyberpunk and Overwatch.
👤The image quality is excellent when set up properly, and it can go pretty bright, which makes it usable even during the day. There are a few things that can't be done with it, such as using a separate dongle for Android TV, which cannot be used to cast Netflix. Since it is not part of the projector, I am not sure if it qualifies as a "Google-certified Android projector". We are using a separate device for streaming, but it's a shame. - The speakers are not great. If the projector is behind or above you, it does not work well. It is expected to get a better sound system at this price point. The bright mode is not color accurate in the living room. It's a pretty good experience, but it can be a little annoying at times.
There are 2 HDMI, 1 MHL, and a wireless HDMI enabled accessory. The 4K projection technology has 8.3 million distinct pixels and it has stunning clarity and crisply defined details. Not like other manufacturers. DLP Technology provides a better image resolution and quality without the "jaggier" and more pixelated compared to other technologies. Play games in 4K! You can play your favorite console games in 4K. Lower input lag on this projector makes it fun to play video games. A high Native contrast ratio ensures that the image quality is sharp and has the best Black levels in its class. OutSTANDING ASSETS: This projector is a great addition to the living room to watch sports. There is a crystal clear image. The glass 4k-optimized lens array has greater light penetration and increases image clarity. The components included are: Remote, Power Cord, User Manual, Quick Start Guide.
👤It worked great from October 10th to November 24th. I tried to reach out to Amazon but they said that my return date had been passed. The return date was thought to be 90 days. I felt that Amazon should have replaced it because they put me in contact with Benq support. I reported the problem to Amazon before 90 days. Benq didn't answer the phone with Amazon. I started the first email with Benq on Nov 24th, after trying to call them for hours and never getting a response. I received another after several of my emails to them. They can replace it by filling out forms. I filled out the forms and they were sent to me. Five emails and nothing since. Benq support is not good or this product has more problems. I am starting to see hints of blue on some shows that are similar to a bleed on people's faces. The last email was sent on Jan 17 2020. Nothing yet.
👤My experience with the projector was not good. It turned out to be a failure after a second chance. I returned my first Benq tk800m because I thought it was a problem that had been there before. The second Benq bought it on Amazon. I noticed the same issue after a few days of use. At first, it wasn't that bad. With time, it became more visible. The white dots and spots on the dark images are when they are more visible. The dots are shown outside the focus area, but should not be projected. The projector upside down can cause a huge light spill at the bottom of the screen which can ruin the experience. Some of the dots are more visible when focused in. If anyone is interested in seeing if the same issue is present with their projector, they can go to YouTube and watch a video that shows a dark screen, and then look at the image to see if any white spots appear. The image is modest at best. The colors are not bright. I was unable to see anything in the game when it was dark. The only time you can get a decent image is when this projector is used. Sorry Benq, no more Benq for me!
Only 1 second is needed to connect to the transmitter. BKM300 Wireless TV headphones fit over your ears. The earcups are soft and comfortable for long listening. The Native1080p Full HD image quality with 2200 ANSI Lumens, 15, 000:1 contrast ratio, 6xRGB color wheel delivers rich colors and crisp details that are calibrated for movies and gaming. Video games on the big screen allow you to project 100 inch screen from just 3 feet. It can be up to 300 inches. A low inPUT LAG. The specialized low input lag and unique game modes ensure a smooth and comprehensive gaming experience. Their us-based customer service team is here when you need it, so you can rest easy. The Best Projectors for gaming are the award winning project. Flexible installation. The keystone correction is a vertical one. 2x. zoom allows easy installation 98% of the world's cinemas and 100% of digital IMAX theaters use the same technology. BenQ projector has a longer lasting, slimmer design.
👤This is a review of a product. I felt the need to specify as I saw that Amazon combined many models into the same review pool. I have only had the projector for a couple days so this is a honeymoon-phase review and I will try to remember to update it later on. I will compare the 2150ST to the Optoma GT1080 in this review. Let's get to the review. The projector's picture quality is remarkable. My evaluation of electronics is especially stringent and I am critical of anything I purchase. The BenQ has better colors, equal or better black levels, and less rainbow effect, compared to the Optoma GT1080. The rainbow effect is a concern for many people, but it is not present on the BenQ. It didn't bother me at all, but I feel spoiled now that I've used the BenQ. I can only observe the RBE by putting up a high contrast scene like the grid test pattern and darting my eyes across the image. It takes a few passes with my eyes to find it. The black levels are just as dark as my TV. The Sony TV has a Black level of about 0.020 cd/m2 and was reviewed on Rtings.com. The W800B is the W700B. The projector is being used on a green wall. Black levels would be improved by a darker wall. The Optoma has a 2X speed, non-RGBRGB color wheel, but the Sony TV has a 4X/6X speed, non-RGBRGB color wheel. Focus uniformity is the final point of comparison in this category. The BenQ took the win. When the middle of the screen was used to adjust focus, the Optoma had blurry corners as well as a bright top right corner. I had to find a middle ground between the top-right corner focus and the center picture focus. The Ben Q immediately provided perfect focus. The picture quality on this projector is amazing. The section is meant to address the ease of operation, the operational capabilities, and the things that may be easily overlooked by potential projector buyers. The BenQ has more options in the menus than the Optoma. Both of them have the usual gamut of color, contrast, and gamma settings. The Ben Q has a lot of settings for the person who really wants to tinker with the projector. The color correction option adjusts the image based on the color of the surface you are projecting upon. I will post a picture of the things you use frequently on the remote. At least one of the buttons is a dummy for this model, as far as I can tell. The remote has a red light. Backlit remotes are the same as the old days. The Optoma's remote had a blue backlight, but the brightness of this remote is more usable. The GT1080 and the BenQ both have a slightly longer requirement for projection distance than the other. If you want more detail, you can look up the specific values for yourself. The BenQ has a 1.2X zoom, which makes it slightly more forgiving when it comes to placement. The GT1080 does not have a Serial port and a VGA port. There is a value. The projector was released a few months ago. It's at full price of $1,000. I paid a good price for the quality I received. The Optoma left me underwhelmed, it lacked a bit of color, and I decided to purchase the BenQ instead, because of the issues I mentioned earlier. The Optoma is $400 cheaper than the BenQ, so the BenQ should provide better overall quality. The GT1080 is not a bad projector, I know my words may make it seem like it is, but this is an objective, critical review, there are no participation ribbons being given. Even though the Optoma is cheaper, I think the BenQ has a better value. I'll keep it short and sweet. There is no lag. I would say it is comparable to my Sony TV. The difference is that input lag and response time are not the same thing. 70% of the time when someone says "response time" they actually mean input lag. When you hit a button on the controller to make your character do something, there is a delay before your character on screen actually executes that command, which makes the controller seem out of sync. Most people can't notice anything less than 30ms, while some people can notice anything over 10 or 20ms using a controller, although at that point it isn't really a problem even though it can be noticed. The response time is related to how quickly the screen's color can change. The response time will be less than 5ms. A slower response time will cause your display to be blurry. Think of it like in a movie or show where the character takes drugs and everything looks flowy when they move or like they have a trail following them. That example gets the point across. The projector uses Digital Light Processing (DLP) to create its image, which is impossible with ghosting or blurring, as I have learned through numerous articles. I don't see any response time symptoms. Think of it as posing for a picture with a response time of 0ms. The Optoma and BenQ were well packaged. The BenQ is even more-so. The remote for the BenQ has a nice feel to it. The speakers on the projectors are built in. I can't comment on their abilities, but they are there. I don't use the built-in speakers because they're not a good choice if you're buying a decent projector. They have their place. It's comforting to know that I can bring the projector over to a friend's house or outside and have a movie theater-like experience, especially with the short-throw nature that makes it easier to find. The black level could be better if I had to pick out some negatives. It's not a black like the high-end TVs, but it's as good as the high-end TVs. Being a techie, it's not something that affects my viewing environment in any significant way, however, being a piece of technology that runs hot, it's something that makes me cringe. I still don't like the high heat of traditional projector lamp technology. These are the only things that could be improved on this projector. I don't think you will find anything better at this price point. I will include any new issues that I encounter when I update this review later on. The Optoma GT1080 is a good projector, but it is only a tier or two above the BenQ, so if you are looking for a projector, get the BenQ. I bought the Optoma GT1080 and the BenQ HT2150ST with my own money. I did not receive any compensation for the review of these projectors. I am a college student with high standards and the desire to give credit where credit is due and call out any downfalls so that they can hopefully be improved upon in the future. I hope this is comprehensive enough for anyone looking to purchase this projector, as I was one of the first to review it. Thank you for reading!
The movie is very high in movie quality. The projector has a high native contrast ratio and brightness of 2,200 Lumens. It's rec. The color accuracy calibration is 709. High response rate. The low input lag of 16ms and unique game modes ensure a smooth gaming experience. Wow your friends. You can project a 100 inch screen from 8 feet away. Projects up to 300 inches. Flexibility in communication. It supports most media players, gaming consoles, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices. Projector Central won an award for Best Projector for the Money. 98% of the world's cinemas and 100% of Digital IMAX theaters use the same technology. BenQ's projector has a longer lasting, slimmer design and sharper image. Video Compatibility - NTSC, PAL, SECAM, and 3D Compatibility: Up to 720p. Video Compatibility - NTSC, PAL, SECAM, and 3D Compatibility: Up to 720p.
👤The projector here is a total beginner and the screen size is 150", but the pictures are on a flat gray wall and the home is a week old. When I put the projector up, it was like I'd found the holy grail. I am returning the 120" silver screen that I bought. The keystone adjustment projector worked well. I mounted the projector in the corner because the keystone adjustment worked well, but I realized that the light was not projected in the center of the screen. The right side of the screen area had nothing on it. I centered the wall mount because it bothered the hell out of me. The pictures show my son playing the ps4 and some of the stuff on the internet lost in space. My kids have been living in this room since the moment this thing was hooked up. I went with benq for low lag video games because there are very comparable epson projectors out there. I warned my friends with epsons that there are times when video games lag on the projector. There is no lag with this benq. I absolutely love this purchase and my new home theater room has already compelled three other people to buy a projector.
👤I'm trying to give a good bit of detail to help others make a decision, but hopefully it will be worth the read. If you already know what you're looking for in a projector and want to know the pros and cons of this one, skip to the bullets at the end. If you want to learn how to pick a projector based on what I learned, read on. I'm not a videophile, and so I can't comment on things like picture quality, etc with anything more than my opinion, which I will provide, and this is my first attempt at projectors, which I spent a fair amount of money on. I decided to use a projector instead of a big screen TV because I wanted a very large screen and I wanted to keep the TV that was 70" A projector is the obvious choice, it provides a very large screen for anywhere from half the price of a TV at the low end of the scale to a high-end 80" TV, and it's portable, especially coma. The projector was the next problem. I wanted it to be usable in bright light, good picture quality, and not have issues like rainbow effect, but I didn't want to take the risk. If you don't need 4K, there's not enough difference in quality to justify the extra cost of a 4K projector. I was worried about the screen size and viewing distance, but sitting 10' away from a 95" screen it looks great, and even 720p looks fine. Again, I'm not a fan of video games. There is a picture in the bullets. I debated brightness/lumens a lot. I learned that the brighter projector models often achieve their brightness by using a clear window in the color wheel to let more light through, since white light is getting through instead of light filters to a certain color. The downside to this is that it tends to wash out colors, and most reviews I read indicated that once you adjusted the colors to make them look right, these projectors were the same, if not worse, brightness compared to the "normal" models. If you absolutely need that extra brightness and don't mind things being washed out, then they're useful. If you plan on needing it in a few years, you're probably better off buying a cheaper HD projector now and buying a 4K projector then, when they're better and cheaper. It's best to pick some projectors you're interested in, then check reviews to see what their output really is after calibration, not to mention just because the stated lumens is often exaggerated and can't be used to compare. projectorcentral dot com is a really good site for this and I used it a lot. I spent a lot of time trying to figure out which way to go to get a good screen size with limited placement options. I was going to go with UST because it seemed to be the easiest option to place a large screen by the wall. I decided against it because of the limited options and the fact that they tend to cost more. I was trying to find a projector that would give me the screen sizes I was looking for, either a couple feet away or 10' away. Again, there were very few choices. Most are designed to be placed from the screen. This limitation was the main reason I chose the BenQ, as it was really this one and one other that would ultimately achieve the desired screen sizes at the distance I needed to mount it, and I went with this one, I think, because the review of it showed it as being slightly The screen-size dot info and projectorscreen dot com are two very useful sites for figuring out your throw and screen size. ViewSonic seems to be pretty good, especially considering they are some of the cheapest options, though I decided against them, mainly because the warranty seems questionable, especially for lack of DLP rainbow. If money isn't an issue, those are going to be your best. A high-speed color wheel is one thing you want to look for on the topic of the rainbow effect. The projector has a 6x wheel, which means it spins much faster than a standard wheel, so it reduces rainbow effects, often to the point they become invisible to most, if not all, people. One of the big issues is mentioned. The vertical lens shift is what I wanted to expand on. I read about the limitations, but didn't understand them. The bottom of the picture is straight across from the lens. If you add lens shit with the knob, it will raise the image so the bottom of the thing is above where it was. I suppose it could be useful if you could move the image higher without raising the projector, but I think it would be more useful for most people to be able to lower the image. Think about it. The projector is usually mounted to the ceiling or high up on a wall, but it can be placed on a shelf. If it's on a shelf, the bottom of the screen is going to be a good 42 to 48" high, and you won't have room to raise it before it hits the floor. If it's mounted high by the ceiling, the lens shift will lower the screen. I have a problem with my projector being mounted on the wall as close to the ceiling as I can possibly get it, and the top of the screen being the bottom in the context of lens shift. Since I can only make the bottom go so low, the screen size is limited. If the lens shift allowed for adjustment the other way, I could have a larger screen. It seems like a big oversight and poor engineering to me. It's not the best projector, but it's better than some that claim more lumens, and it has a color wheel instead of the standard one. It's not very good in real bright light, but with a small amount of sunlight it's watchable in the middle of a bright day, and in a moderately dim environment. It's not going to be as bright or good as a TV, but I think the large size makes up for that, especially considering the price. I love watching movies on it, and even TV is brought to a whole new level. The picture quality is good from a layman's point of view. Everything is very sharp, colors look great, and even cast onto a white wall, which makes for a very clean look. It's cheap and bulb replacements are reasonable. BenQ seems to have a good combination of relatively low serious complaints and a good warranty, which is unlike ViewSonic and Epson. I have not seen a rainbow effect after viewing different material. There was no input lag. I haven't noticed any issues with any of the games I've played. There is a According to a professional review, Backlit remote + Smart Eco mode operates as a sort of dynamic contrast/iris, which sounds like it would be great. I keep it in eco mode 99% of the time to make it last longer. There is noise. It's not loud, but not quiet. It's definitely noticeable all the time, and sometimes worse than others. There is a gray border around the screen. This is common but is going away with newer projectors. It's only a small problem, and I rarely notice it, but the bigger problem comes into play when trying to use keystone. It's always recommended not to use it, but I tried to get the screen closer to the ceiling, so I could make it bigger, but when it modifies the image by bending it into a trapezoid so it's rectangular on the wall, the border is trapezoidal. There is no power zoom or focus. I know this is only found in expensive projectors, but it would be nice if it became a more common feature. It doesn't seem like it would cost much to implement. I would have paid an extra $100 for the projector with this feature. There is no sleep mode. This one is very frustrating and unforgivable. I don't know if it's a new feature or if it's been around for a long time, but if you want to do everything you can to minimize the amount of time the lamp is used, you'd think it would have this very basic feature. The omission of this is ridiculous, and one of many stupid decisions made by the software/firmware team. Eco Blank mode blanks the screen to save lamp life when taking a break from viewing without requiring the projector to be completely off, which is great, in theory, but it shows a message at the bottom of the screen showing that it's in Eco Blank mode. It makes me wonder how effective it is since the lamp is still on in order to project that message, but I'm sure you don't forget it's still on. It should show it for 15 or 30 seconds every 5 minutes. It's unlikely you'll forget the projector is on unless it's positioned at least 10' away. You can't change the lamp mode for a few minutes after you power the projector on. I didn't see any mention of this in the manual, it should be mentioned in the menu, so you can see what's going on when you try to change it. I thought it was malfunctioning. You have to go through the menu each time you want to change the lamp mode, because there's no button on the remote. - Once the projector shuts down, you have to wait for it to completely finish before you can turn it on, because the fans will run for a short time after it stops working. It should be able to power up at any time during the shutdown. Many of the cons are nitpicks, but they're really quite ridiculous things that I can't comprehend why they are the way they are, and they could probably be fixed through an update. This projector would be a 4-star projector if not for the stupid design decisions and lens shift limitation. It would be 5-stars with those improvements and a reduction in noise. It would be 5-stars if it had all that and power zoom/focus. If you're not looking for something in this specific throw category, you could probably do better with a longer or shorter projector. I love watching things with this projector, but I don't like it because of the various issues. BenQ can do better, and while they should be proud of the hardware design for the most part, they should really have spent more time on the fans and thinking through the lens shift, and the software/firmware team should just be fired.
The light source is dependent on a laser. The DuraCore laser light source eliminates lamp and filter replacements for up to 30, 000 hours of low-cost and virtually maintenance-free operation. The 4K technologies enable brigher whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience of images and videos. There are lights on view. Project in any room in the house, including family rooms, theater or game rooms, with an incredible 4, 000 lumens of brightness. The easy image setup is 1. 3X zoom and 30 degree vertical keystone correction allow for flexible installations. Home Cinema picture quality has a resolution of 19201080 with 4K input and a contrast ratio of 300, 000. Movies and gaming can be enjoyed with the latest 4K Ultra HD media players, game consoles and other digital sources. Get smart and connect a 4K UHD HDMI dongle to play games, stream videos and share photos.
👤The Optoma HZ39HDR is reviewed. The projector looked at all my boxes. It is a projector with low input-lag,4000 lumens of brightness for ambient-light viewing, and it runs on a laser source for full-on years of projectory goodness. All from Optoma for $1199. compromises had to be made It seems that way. I've sent back two of them, and jumped ship. There were issues with focus uniformity. The entire image can't be in focus at the same time. The top right corner of the image would come out of focus if I focused the bottom middle of the image. I tested in many environments. The right side of the projector bled green, giving it a hue. This was fine because of the balance between the focus areas and most content. I replaced it because it bothered me. The second projector had a better focus than the first. The image had a twist upward and a curving slant. Again, tested in multiple environments. It was hard to center on the screen. The lower right edge was yellow and faded. It is unacceptable. It returned as well. You can find out that lens manufacturing issues are varied and common with a little research. They might not bother you. Both projectors could show 4k input on their native resolutions. Both looked fine. The motion was smooth and the color was acceptable. It was suitable for ambient light. Maybe these issues wouldn't be a problem for you. I think it's 3 stars. This is one of the cheapest ways to get a Laser projector, and it is the only one that can be used for gaming. It is a good idea to be aware of its potential flaws before buying.
👤The Optoma HZ39HDR is the first projector that felt like it had early-adopter issues, and I've been using it for 15 years. This is the first projector I have had that can detect rainbow artifacts. It's most noticeable when scrolling through the media carousels in the app. The rainbows are not what bother me the most. High-contrast details are smeared a little. This is obvious in white subtitles and some appUI elements which look less crisp than on other displays and even other projectors. I've never seen an issue like this on any other projector and I think they used a poor quality lens. It's difficult to eliminate the abberation because the lens doesn't focus evenly across the entire screen. Check out the pictures I uploaded. It is supposed to be a row and column of white dots, with an orange curve coming to meet the horizontal white line. There are all kinds of colors that shouldn't be there. Only when close to the screen is this a problem. I would have returned it if I had purchased it as a replacement for my main home theater. The BenQ W1070 with a bulb provides a substantially better picture than my much older, much smaller, and cheaper BenQ W1070. I wanted a laser projector so I let the flaws slide, even though this is a secondary projector for me. I wouldn't need to replace its bulb. When a bulb pops and goes out, it becomes useless, either gradually or very suddenly. That should not happen during the useful life of this model. The startup time for a projector is the same as any projector I've used, so I was hoping the laser light source would allow the projector to turn on and off much quicker. The turn-off time is about two seconds. The 120hz input support and low latency were some of the reasons I chose this model. This did not fail to impress. It worked perfectly out of the box, and makes PC input feel more responsive than a 60hz display.
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