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I bought this for $600 almost exactly 2 yrs ago on an amazon prime day deal.

Still use it weekly, great colors but very noisy.
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Don't put Lens Shift in the title if it just has Vertical Lens Shift. All these DLP projectors pretty much have that, otherwise projector would have to be at a fixed height which is kind of hard since everyone's ceiling/mount is going to be a different height, and it would also be hard to put projector on a table if no vertical shift. Unless you like awful Keystone Correction. So, don't put lens shift unless it's Vert+Horiz lens shift, or at least specify Vertical shift. Probably should worry about putting DLP in the title before this.
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Don't put Lens Shift in the title if it just has Vertical Lens Shift. All these DLP projectors pretty much have that, otherwise projector would have to be at a fixed height which is kind of hard since everyone's ceiling/mount is going to be a different height, and it would also be hard to put projector on a table if no vertical shift. Unless you like awful Keystone Correction. So, don't put lens shift unless it's Vert+Horiz lens shift, or at least specify Vertical shift. Probably should worry about putting DLP in the title before this.
Seems like it has some kind of horizontal correction too
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One of the best rated projectors: ViewSonic PRO7827HD is up for a 50% off on Amazon. Best price by at least $100. This is the best non 4K projector that you can buy for $400

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01C92FE70/
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ViewSonic PRO7827HD 1080p HDMI RGBRGB Rec.709 Lens Shift Home Theater Projector $399.99

https://www.amazon.com/ViewSonic-...F933PSJ5R7
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This seems like a really good deal compared to the Epson 2150 I bought yesterday. Both have keystone correction, the Epson has 300 more lumens of light (2500 vs 2300). What am I missing? Even with the promo cash that the Epson comes with its significantly more expensive. Thoughts people?
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One review says it won't work with PS4. They called customer service and told him "PS4 and Roku have HDCP version 2.2. Your projector has version 1.2. It cannot read that signal and cannot be updated, Sorry."
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One review says it won't work with PS4. They called customer service and told him "PS4 and Roku have HDCP version 2.2. Your projector has version 1.2. It cannot read that signal and cannot be updated, Sorry."
Thanks my friend. I was looking at this for PS4.
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Don't put Lens Shift in the title if it just has Vertical Lens Shift. All these DLP projectors pretty much have that, otherwise projector would have to be at a fixed height which is kind of hard since everyone's ceiling/mount is going to be a different height, and it would also be hard to put projector on a table if no vertical shift. Unless you like awful Keystone Correction. So, don't put lens shift unless it's Vert+Horiz lens shift, or at least specify Vertical shift. Probably should worry about putting DLP in the title before this.
I had to be careful with mounting my Epson 2045 and use correct height - perhaps it is one of the few that doesn't have that functionality?
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This seems like a really good deal compared to the Epson 2150 I bought yesterday. Both have keystone correction, the Epson has 300 more lumens of light (2500 vs 2300). What am I missing? Even with the promo cash that the Epson comes with its significantly more expensive. Thoughts people?
The 2150 is 3LCD which is preferred over DLP (IMO). I had originally bought this Viewsonic, but returned without opening and got the 2150 even though it was more money. I can also add that my 2150 stopped powering on with about 5 months use, which was a big disappointment, but I called Epson and they sent me a brand new replacement (new bulb even) OVERNIGHT. I didn't even have to give them a credit card for the replacement. Return label in the box and by far the best customer service I have ever had with anything electronic. They earned a customer for life!
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The 2150 is 3LCD which is preferred over DLP (IMO). I had originally bought this Viewsonic, but returned without opening and got the 2150 even though it was more money. I can also add that my 2150 stopped powering on with about 5 months use, which was a big disappointment, but I called Epson and they sent me a brand new replacement (new bulb even) OVERNIGHT. I didn't even have to give them a credit card for the replacement. Return label in the box and by far the best customer service I have ever had with anything electronic. They earned a customer for life!
Why did you return without opening? can you elaborate?
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This seems like a really good deal compared to the Epson 2150 I bought yesterday. Both have keystone correction, the Epson has 300 more lumens of light (2500 vs 2300). What am I missing? Even with the promo cash that the Epson comes with its significantly more expensive. Thoughts people?
With projectors, lumens are one of the least important stats - since you are going to be operating them in the dark (hopefully). Instead, look at contrast ratio, fan noise, and lamp life.

The 2150 is 3LCD, which arguably provides a better image, quieter operation, and lower risk of mechanical failure than DLP. I think DLP is going to be retired tech soon.

In addition, contrast ratio on the 2150 is 60,000:1 vs 22,000:1 on this projector. It also has a quieter fan and longer lamp life.

I have had an Epson for 3 years and can say it performs really well. No complaints. For $400 though, it's hard to argue with this ViewSonic. It's on the lower end, but it's a really good price from a reputable brand—probably the cheapest full HD projector on the market.
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