ViewSonic PLED-W500 30-100-inch DLP Projector
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- 1280x800 resolution WXGA
- 500 Im Brightness
- 6000:1 Contrast
- Lamp hour(Normal/Eco)- 20000
- One 2W speaker
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The PLED-W500 shines with its innova- tive, stylish new look. Weighing only 1.18 kg (2.6 lbs) with dimensions of 214 x 164 x 42 mm (8.4” x 6.5” x 1.7”), lightweight, compact and ultra portable. 500 ANSI lumens, superior in the LED pocket projector category, provide 20,000 hours of brightness for energy and cost sav- ings. The short throw lens projects a 33” screen from a 1m distance with a native 1280 x 800 WXGA resolution and a 16 : 10 aspect ratio. 2GB of onboard memory (1GB for file saving) allows you to store documents and multi- media files directly on the projector, while the built-in SD / SDHC card reader and Microsoft Office / PDF viewer displays your content without needing a PC – perfect for business presentations on the go. With USB and HDMI 1.3 support, simply connect the PLED-W500 with a PC, tablet or other device to enjoy a widescreen gaming or home theater experience.
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- LONG LED life (rated for minimum 20K hrs)
- Very good contrast
- Bright Picture at 82 inches
- Excellent color Saturation
- 120% NTSC color Gamut
- No Rainbow Effect (Typical with DLP projectors that use a color-wheel)
- 3D at 1280x720, 120Hz via the Viewsonic VP3D1 processor
- Automatic Keystone Correction
- Very portable
- No Optical zoom (not a big deal for my set-up)
- Default video settings need tweaking for optimal movie watching
8-3-2012 Edit: As other owners have mentioned - occasionally the unit will not power down with the remote or the hard button. I have to do a factory reset to resolve this. Which means I have to redo my custom settings. This is a pain, and happens every 2-3 weeks. I took 1 star off for that reason. I have not called customer support yet - but I have to agree with other reviewers - they are CLUELESS: I called before regarding another issue, and it was the most frustrating phone call I ever made!
Movies have a very cinematic look to them (thanks to the DLP technology). Whether the source is Blu-ray or Cable HDTV, the colors are well saturated and brilliant. The picture is bright enough in well controlled lighting. The picture is watchable in a dimly lit room, but for best results - all lights should be off.
Have not played extensively on my PS3, but the performance was very good for the time I played. The video was smooth and detailed.
Combined with the Viewsonic VP3D1 (via HDMI) and a pair of DLP-Link glasses, the 3D function works very nicely at 1280x720 @ 120Hz (this would not work with the optoma 3D-XL). I've watched some cable TV and You Tube 3d - both Side by Side 3D formats, and was very pleased with the results. I've also done some 3D gaming on the PS3, and it is a whole new level of immersion. I also watched a few minutes of Avatar and Rio in 3D - both looked spectacular, the 3D effects were excellent in both cases.
Overall, I am very pleased with this projector. I bought this to replace an Optoma ML-500; which did not have as a sharp focus as the Viewsonic, nor did it save my video settings after it was turned off. The Viewsonic has a lens cap (none on the ML-500), a much better remote and longer warranty.
Screen size: 82 inches (Draper Luma 1.0 gain)
The only problem I have with this projector is its HDMI connection, when I hooked it up to a media player, Argosy h355t, I received the "Out of Display range" message. I have to use either the RGB connection or other connections to change its resolution to anything other than 720@60hz to get it to work with HDMI. Once I got it to work on HDMI, I can change back to 720@60hz. That only happens when I tried to select "HDMI" source. When I turned it off, I have to repeat the process, I've tried 3 different HDMI cables with no luck. I never had this problem with other projectors or TV when hooked up to the Argosy player at 720 resolution. Anyone who is tech savvy would like to point me to the right direction, I'd really appreciate it. I am on hold with a Viewsonic tech support right now, hope it's just some minor setting and not a faulty unit. Updated: their tech support is worse than Dell..err...