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Pros: Perfect length for my application>
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45inch to 300inch projection
Lots of outputs
Has a good short throw for smaller rooms, quite amazing.
Cons: Audio is weak for movies - But the PRO is that it has audio out to connect to a sound system or portable speakers.
GETS VERY HOT. Is expected because of the powerful lightbulb, however it worries me of how that affects other on board electrical parts in the long run.
Easy fix to the heat, is to attach a little bit of velcro on the edges of the hot air exhaust vent and on a small 80mm usb fan and attaching it to the exhaust port of the projector to help out the small fan inside it. Yes this will mean you will hear fan noise. Not a big deal, you are gonna have the speakers turned on and not gonna hear it.
Other Thoughts: I see people here complaining left and right about this projector. I have not had a problem with it except a few times took a little bit longer than usual to turn on and one time I had to unplug it and replug it back in to behave as normal again. It's a fancy piece of hardware and software, so this is not surprising that it has hiccups very rarely. Currently put on it about 370 hours with about 90% of them in eco mode.
I wish there was a fan switch to manually turn it up to a higher speed and leave it there.
Pros: Watch for price drops. This dropped $100 day after i purchased.
Amazing quality. Beats my 60" 1080P tv in many ways.
Zero gaming input lag in FPS games.
Sound is ok but has analog output if you want to hook it up to portable speakers.
Cons: Not a big deal but -> You can't rotate the angle of image to one side (like if you want to project a straight image to the side, you have to get creative, or just find a good spot for projector in the center opposite the wall you want to project on)
Gets pretty warm on top, the fan may not be good enough. Hopefully not an issue long term. Maybe they also will sell fan replacements along side the lamp replacements.
Other Thoughts: I don't really see the point of large HDtv's anymore.
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