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BenQ SX920 XGA 5000 Lumen Projector $849 after $150 Slickdeals rebate + Free S&H

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Last Edited by cricket702 October 12, 2016 at 01:32 PM
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$999 - $150 slickdeals rebate [4myrebate.com] = $849 + free shipping w/ code BIZSHIP
  • Image size: 60" – 240"
  • VGA to UXGA
  • 720p
  • 5000 lumens
  • Vertical lens shift: +7.5%
  • Throw ratio: 1.41- 2.25
  • Lens: F=2.45~3.07, f=15.78~25.12
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720p is no go for most unless it's a business for powerpoint
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Why is this such an expensive 720p projector? There are 1080 projectors at that price.
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Quote from JuaneR View Post :
Why is this such an expensive 720p projector? There are 1080 projectors at that price.
At 5000 lumens it's a light cannon.
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Quote from JuaneR View Post :
Why is this such an expensive 720p projector? There are 1080 projectors at that price.
Agreed; I paid $919.74 (not much more than this deal) from a Slickdeal in 2013 for my Optoma HD25 1080p projector and have been loving it ever since. Even with a bright projector, you're not going to get the nice dark blacks unless you're in a dark room simply due to the ambient light hitting the screen.

Unless you need a projector this bright and/or don't intend to watch HD content (especially Blurays, which are always 1080p), I'd recommend a less expensive option that does 1080p. With Ultra HD already on its way out, buying anything less than 1080p at this point seems short sighted [again, unless buying this to project power point presentations)
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This is hack of a good price for 5000 lumens projector! For those who question about the hefty price tag for 720p projector, this would let you projects onto 100"+ screen in the completely bright room "clearly", ideal for big meeting rooms, conferences or venues. The trade off is (usually is) the cost, resolution or blurry image when playing fast motion pictures.

This is for business use only. If you want to play your Captain America in your dark living room, go for the home cinema ones.
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Quote from cho.eecs View Post :
This is hack of a good price for 5000 lumens projector! For those who question about the hefty price tag for 720p projector, this would let you projects onto 100"+ screen in the completely bright room "clearly", ideal for big meeting rooms, conferences or venues. The trade off is (usually is) the cost, resolution or blurry image when playing fast motion pictures.

This is for business use only. If you want to play your Captain America in your dark living room, go for the home cinema ones.
It would be clear as in bright enough but as someone who does regular presentations even average graphics will look very pixelated at anything bigger than ~60". I haven't had to use a 720p projector in a couple years and I'm thankful every time I find out a customer who has a project capable of 1080.
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Quote from rdmustang1 View Post :
It would be clear as in bright enough but as someone who does regular presentations even average graphics will look very pixelated at anything bigger than ~60". I haven't had to use a 720p projector in a couple years and I'm thankful every time I find out a customer who has a project capable of 1080.
My 720p projector isn't noticeable on a 120" screen. At that size no ones sitting 2ft from the screen!
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