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BenQ HT1085ST 1080p 3D Short Throw DLP Home Theater Projector $748 Shipped

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BenQ HT1085ST 1080p 3D Short Throw DLP Home Theater Projector $748 Shipped
  • Screen Size Range: 38-inches from 2.1 feet; 300-inches from 16.5 feet
  • ANSI Brightness: 2,200 Lumens
  • Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1; Keystone Correction: Yes; Projection Offset: 105%
  • Warranty: 1 Year Parts/Labor; 180 day or 500 hours of lamp life; Lamp Life: Up to 3500 hours (normal) and 5000 hours (economic mode)
  • 2 HDMI; 1 MHL
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FYI currently $930 at Staples. They will price match +10% of difference (so, get $18 off). If you live in a state that doesn't pay tax for Amazon, then Amazon is probably cheaper. But otherwise, save a little more at Staples.
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I wonder how this stacks up compared to the Optoma HD141X for around $550?
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Great projector. I have one upstairs setup as a short throw which I prefer over the long throw setup I used to have. Great picture and quiet too.
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Love this projector. I have a refurbished one for $648 with 10% eBay bucks, but this is definitely the best deal so far.
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I would rather get Epson projector. BenQ and optoma are using old tech.
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I just bought this projector 5 days ago from amazon for 899! They won't price match - their new policy is so horrible. talked to 5 different agents - they say the part of their system that used to allow them to do adjustments was removed.

So now I have to buy it again and return just to get my "refund".... so dumb but for 150 bucks - totally worth it. Projector is SWEET by the way.
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Quote from 01av8ter View Post :
I wonder how this stacks up compared to the Optoma HD141X for around $550?
Its none short throw version 1085/1075 projectors was rated the best projector under $1000 so it probably best the HD141X. Unless you want 3LCD otherwise I will go with this one
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Quote from jondaman View Post :
Its none short throw version 1085/1075 projectors was rated the best projector under $1000 so it probably best the HD141X. Unless you want 3LCD otherwise I will go with this one
"....was rated best projector under $1000" What ratings are you referring to?
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Last edited by ianjenkinsii June 13, 2016 at 10:34 AM
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Purchased this for 100" screen in non-light controlled basement and I couldn't be happier. Great performance with plenty of ambient light in the room and perfect with the lights off.
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Quote from ianjenkinsii View Post :
"....was rated best projector under $1000" What ratings are you referring to?
I found that on Wirecutter and DgitalTrend. 1075 or 1070 were the top picks in the last couple years.
I kind of want short throw for the added flexibility so it was a good price for me.
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Quote from Touha View Post :
I would rather get Epson projector. BenQ and optoma are using old tech.
dlp vs lcd is a complicated subject, care to defend your opinion?
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Quote from 01av8ter View Post :
I wonder how this stacks up compared to the Optoma HD141X for around $550?
Not even close. I used my optoma hd141x for about a year before
purchasing the BenQ 1075. What a revelation!!!
I tried calibrating the Optoma several times, but could never get the sharpness and colors that I wanted.
I used to have a Viewsonic Pro8100 that was razor sharp and colorful, like having a giant Panasonic plasma on the wall.
The BenQ goes a long way towards recapturing that feeling.
Once calibrated, an A/B comparison was staggering. I can only imagine how the BenQ would look with the oppo player with the Darbee processor.
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Quote from 355lt1vette View Post :
Not even close. I used my optoma hd141x for about a year before
purchasing the BenQ 1075. What a revelation!!!
I tried calibrating the Optoma several times, but could never get the sharpness and colors that I wanted.
I used to have a Viewsonic Pro8100 that was razor sharp and colorful, like having a giant Panasonic plasma on the wall.
The BenQ goes a long way towards recapturing that feeling.
Once calibrated, an A/B comparison was staggering. I can only imagine how the BenQ would look with the oppo player with the Darbee processor.
The oppo blu Ray with darbee processor does wonders for my projector jvc rs4910u and I could imagine it will also do wonders with more of a budget projector as well.

Personally I would not go for this projector, I would go with the new Optoma HD28DSE, it was just recently released and has built in Darbeevision, very similar to what the oppo does but it is a budget home theater projector which is quite unbelievable, street price of $799, monoprice has it http://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=14184
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- Deleted - Just realized I asked what's done been asked already.
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