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BenQ 
MH530 1080P Home Theater Projector, 3200 ANSI Lumens, 10000:1

$379.99 by Newegg 
http://www.ebay.com/itm/BenQ-MH530-1080P-Home-Theater-Projector-3200-ANSI-Lumens-10000-1-Contrast-Rati-/381679128312 

Model
Brand
BenQ 

Model: MH530
Cabinet Color: White
Type: DLP
Lamp Type: 196W MK2 Lamp Mode (Normal / Economic / SmartEco / LampSave): 4000 / 6000 / 6500 / 10000 hours
Aspect Ratio: Native 16:9 (5 aspect ratio selectable)
Display Size: 70" - 150" / 300"
Native Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080)
Brightness: 3200 ANSI lumens
Contrast Ratio: 10000:1
Horizontal Refresh Rate: 15 - 102 KHz
Vertical Refresh Rate: 23 - 120 KHz
Keystone Correction: 1D, Vertical +/- 40 degrees
f Number: 2.55 - 2.68
Focal Length: 22 - 24.1 mm
Throw Ratio: 1.47 - 1.62, 95" +/-3% @ 3.1m
Input Video Compatibility: NTSC, PAL, SECAM
Input Video Connectors: 2 x Computer in (D-sub 15-pin) (shared with component video) 1 x HDMI (v1.4a) 1 x Composite Video in (RCA) 1 x S-Video in (Mini DIN 4-pin)
Input Audio Connectors: 1 x Audio in (Mini Jack)
Output Audio Connectors: 1 x Audio out (Mini Jack)
Output Video Connectors: 1 x Monitor out (D-sub 15-pin) (Only support Computer 1)
Other Connectors: 1 x RS232 (DB-9-pin) 1 x IR Receiver (Front), USB: 1 x USB (Type mini B) (Download & Page up/down)
Resolution Support: VGA (640 x 480) to WUXGA_RB (1920 x 1200) RB-Reduced Blanking HDTV Compatibility: 480i, 480p, 576i, 567p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p Video Compatibility: NTSC, PAL, SECAM
Built-in Speakers: 1 x 2W
Features:
Saving More on Power Consumption with BenQ's SmartEco Technology Blu-ray Full HD 3D Supported
Power Supply: 100 - 240 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz
Power Consumption: Normal: 270W Eco: 220W Standby < 0.5W
Dimensions (H x W x D): 3.74" x 11.14" x 8.74"
Weight: 4.32 lbs.
Package Contents: 1 x Remote Control w/ Battery (vendor propose) 1 x Power Cord (by region) (1.8m) 1 x User Manual CD (24L) 1 x Quick Start Guide (18L) 1 x Warranty Card (by region) 1 x VGA (D-sub 15-pin) Cable (1.5m)

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This is actually a really good deal for a solid 1080p 3d projector.

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mjbok said:   This is actually a really good deal for a solid 1080p 3d projector.
  
I agree! 

Here is the conclusion from www.projectorcentral.com:

"It delivers more than acceptable image quality for both data and video and a fast lag time for gaming. Even better, it's bright enough for a 75" image in moderate ambient light with our video optimized settings for best color quality, or a 140" image with its brightest predefined color mode. If you need an inexpensive, highly portable 1080p projector for home entertainment, presentations, or both, the BenQ
MH530 is a compelling choice at a very low price."

and that was based on the $599 MSRP

http://www.projectorcentral.com/benq-mh530-projector-review.htm?...

 

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Should I? Should I? Should I?

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missmatch said:   Should I? Should I? Should I?
  
If you've been on the fence, I say: JUMP IN AND DO IT!  I have a different model of BenQ 
and LOVE it.  It makes for a heck of a movie night if you have space in your home or outdoors.

Info (and great site) about that projector: http://www.projectorcentral.com/BenQ-MH530.htm 

Pair that projector with an Elite screen like this (or larger), and you have a home-theater!  https://www.amazon.com/Elite-Screens-Wall-116-inch-Yourself/dp/B...

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Great price for what likes a very capable projector.

I recommend buyers research what DLP is, and particularly read up on the DLP rainbow effect. By its design, DLP can never show all colors at a single point in time. Instead it quickly flips between R, G, B (plus white, usually) colors in a very rapid strobe effect. It's fast enough that most people aren't bothered by it, but it can bother some, and has problems with fast-moving scenes.  One easy way to observe it is to wave your hand, fingers spread apart, in front of the image.
I prefer LCD projectors which can show all colors together at any single point in time, though they tend to cost more.

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good deal. thanks op

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Seems smoking hot

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Seems to be dead :/

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